Hilarious Russian police cover of Daft Punk’s ‘Get Lucky’ goes viral

Hilarious Russian police cover of Daft Punk’s ‘Get Lucky’ goes viral

Daft Punk and Pharrell’s summer anthem has received an unexpected makeover as popular Russian choir return with a new music video

The music of international superstars Daft Punk has become the material for perhaps the most unlikely cover group imaginable – the Russian police force.

Performing this summer’s smash-hit single ‘Get Lucky’, members of the Russian Interior Ministry have taken the Internet by storm with a video of their musical efforts.

Several dozen officers ungracefully shimmy around the stage dressed in their complete uniform during the three minute music video, which also features colourful lighting, dry ice and some questionable musical ability.

These officers are no stranger to this level of public attention – two months ago a hilarious video of their shrill rendition of Adele’s ‘Skyfall’ gained over one million views on YouTube.

The musical tribute to Daft Punk and Pharrell is said to be helping the choir prepare for their performance at the Kremlin this weekend.



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