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This STRANGER THINGS A Cappella Cover is Really Eerie

As part of Stranger Things‘ march towards pop culture dominance, the opening theme song by Survive has been covered many times this summer, including a heavy metal version and a mash up with the theme of Twin Peaks. Now it’s time for coffee, contemplation, and an a cappella cover of this summer’s breakout series.

Via Tastefully Offensive, comedy group The Warp Zone has released their Stranger Things a cappella cover in their signature style. And that means cosplay! For your viewing and listening enjoyment, Ryan Tellez dressed up as Mike Wheeler, alongside David Odom as the malevolent Dr. Martin Brenner; Michael Schroeder as Dustin Henderson; Brian Fisher as Chief Jim Hopper; and Michael Davis as the Eggo-loving, superpowered badass little girl, Eleven.

“We all got sucked into the Netflix TV show Stranger Things recently and absolutely fell in love with the soundtrack,” wrote the group on their YouTube page. “The ’80s inspired synth music is a wonderful nostalgia throwback. So, we decided to sing the eerie yet beautiful theme song from Stranger Things a cappella!”

The Warp Zone has previously released several memorable a capella covers, including the themes from Daredevil, Batman: The Animated Series, Jurassic Park, and Mortal Kombat. Their YouTube channel is also regularly updated with new covers and comedy skits, so you should definitely check it out by clicking on this link.

What did you think about The Warp Zone’s latest cover? Head into the Upside-Down and share your thoughts in the comment section below! Of course, we will also accept blinking Christmas lights as an appropriate response.

Image: Netflix

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