A video of twins listening to the Bee Gees for the first time has gone viral, much likse earlier video of them listening to Phil Collins and Annie Lennox.
Tim and Fred Williams – identical twin brothers in their early 20s who live in Indiana – have a YouTube reaction channel where they post videos of themselves listening to well known songs for the first time.
A few weeks ago, they posted a video of themselves listening to Phil Collin’s 'In the Air', which went viral and even catapulted the song back into the iTunes charts.
Phil Collins' #IntheAirTonight is racking up streams thanks to this viral video from earlier this month:… https://t.co/CA5oB4CpA2
Now, they’ve gone viral again – with a video of them listening to the Bee Gees for the first time.
In this video, they’re listening to 'Stayin’ Alive' – the classic 70s disco anthem. They react to the melody of the song, but also to the frontman of the Bee Gees, Barry Gibbs (the Bee Gees are also fronted by a pair of twins, Barry and Robbie Gibbs).
The Bee Gees even got in on the action – posting a clip from the video and saying that they’d pass on the compliment.
Welcome to the #BeeGees family @twinsthenewtren! We'll let Barry know you like his teeth 😁 Do you remember how you… https://t.co/exnjSjSEyn
They now have 600,000 subscribers – in January, they had 20,000. Other fans of their reactions include Dolly Parton, who tweeted a video of them listening to 'Jolene' for the first time, saying, “Jolene already stole these two.”
No point in begging…Jolene already stole these two 😂 @Twinsthenewtren - Team Dolly 🦋 https://t.co/T7Bt6ULlw2