A small band of googly-eyed electric toothbrushes is here with a cover of Daft Punk‘s legendary track, “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger.”

The cover, which uses an ab belt as a kick drum, comes courtesy of Device Orchestra, a YouTube channel that creates covers of popular music utilizing devices like credit card machines and typewriters.

The toothbrush band’s Daft Punk cover has an audience of two dumbbells and a kettlebell, and one of the “members” performs with a mini 3D-printed dumbbell.   Since the toothbrushes’ vibration frequency can be modified, this allows them to play the various notes and rhythms of the timeless electronic hit. The faster the vibration, the higher the frequency and vice versa.

Lennon Cihak

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