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I s radio and television are teen stars like Avicii or Robin Thicke, on the genitals themselves recently scandal noodle Miley Cyrus publicity rubbed, yet fashionable. In the network they are already cold coffee. Here is popular, who is funky and causes a stir – this is the two Norwegian brothers Bård Vegard Ylvisaker Ylvisaker and succeeded with flying colors. A few days ago they made the music video of her loopy hits “The Fox” online, meanwhile, the clip has 20 million hits. The number applies to many disco fans with the catchy chorus “What does the fox say?” already deserving successor to Psys “Gangnam Style” or the Harlem Shake, by vigorously shaking the network.
The music video begins as any 0815-chart hit: beats any dance track blasting out of the speakers, the singer stares with a melancholy gaze into the distance, there’s a party on a sun-drenched terrace, people in animal costumes running through the picture. Animal costumes? Yes, you read that right: instead of tanned bikini babes are celebrating life-size cows, frogs and cats. Animals are on the net ever a safe bet, but the bird shoot comedians from the text in which you realize that the two brothers, their number is anything but serious about.
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“The dog makes Woof, Meow, the cat, the bird chirps and makes the mouse squeak.” Each animal can recognize certain sounds, muses the singer with a serious expression. Only one forest dwellers him the answer will not come partout, “What does the fox?” And whenever he asks this question, gets the power to see the portion of madness, after which it craves: People dancing at night in a brightly lit forest a funny performance that immediately reminded of “Gangnam Style”, while an old man in a rocking chair a child reads. Gaga during which proposals will be informed by Subtitle appears that the fox could do because of noise, including:
– “Ring-ding-ding-ding-ring ringer things”
– “Hatee-hatee- hatee-ho “
-” Joff-tchoff-tchoffo-tchoffo-tchoff “
-” chacha-chacha-chacha-chow “
-” fraka-kaka-kaka-kaka-kow ”
– “A-hee-hee-ha ahee”
– ‘A-oo-oo-oo-ooo “
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Ylvis are not new in business: Since 2000, they write songs, five of them in English. That they calculated celebrate with “The Fox” their international breakthrough, surprised both Norwegians. “That’s pretty funny and all in all very surreal us call people from all over the world,” Bård Ylvisaker told the Norwegian state broadcaster NRK
Who wants to know what a fox sounds like: Here you can listen to a Red Fox