YouTubers Listen to Phil Collins for First Time, Absolutely Lose Their Minds

Brenda Watkins
August 11, 2020

They strike enjoy on Phil Collins' strike from 1981, "In the Air Tonight". It BLEW ME AWAY too when I first heard it, just like these young men.

Another person called the video "outright gold" Tim Williams concocted the possibility of the YouTube arrangement as a strategy to expand their music skylines.

As for the reaction video, Tim and Fred will go down for enlightening a bunch of Generation Z folks to the brilliance of artists that deserve shine.

What helped make the video stand out was the twins' shared freak-out when Collins' famous drum pattern enters the song.

The track is infamous for its drum break towards the end, which was used in an iconic Cadbury advert in 2007, which showed a gorilla paying the drums.

"That was cool how he did that. I could see somebody walking down to the ring to this", Tim said when the chorus came in.

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"I have in no way seen nobody drop a defeat three minutes in the music!"

Their commentary on the music begins with the close-up cowl artwork of Collins itself.

Two adorable teen brothers almost lost their minds when they discovered the power of old school Phil Collins for the first time.

Phil Collins performs on opening night prior to the evening session on Day One of the 2016 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on August 29, 2016 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.

Meanwhile, Florida politician Pam Keith praised the twins for sharing a warm moment amid the coronavirus pandemic. "We just smile, laugh together and every thing", Tim said. We can all admit that Phil Collins is great, right? "I'm scared. I can't have a look at him, man", jokes Fred. "I suppose, in these times of disconnection, seeing a true bond through a musical experience uplifted me".

In the past, Tim and Fred have recorded their reactions to Dolly Parton's "Jolene", "Piece of My Heart" by Janis Joplin, and Bruce Springsteen's "Dancing in the Dark".

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