We always love seeing the world of heavy music being kept alive in the next generation, and this new video of a young girl recreating Spiritbox's 'Holy Roller' is the perfect example of it!
Teaming up with her dad, the two set out to the original music video which sees vocalist Courtney LaPlante switch between a summery, flower-laden look and a terrifying demon-witch throughout the track.
It's almost even creepier when it's a little girl doing the song in an Exorcist kind of way, but it's still ultimately extremely cute and wholesome - check it out below:
@spiritboxband @corklezlaplante hope you guys enjoy this video recreation my daughter & I made of “Holy Roller.” We had so much fun doing it! #spiritbox I do not own the rights to this song. pic.twitter.com/XslDGqBgqr
— #RiseUp (@RiseUpRyanKC) March 1, 2021
Courtney LaPlante herself got wind of the video, retweeting it with the words "You did such a great job ?". We agree, Courtney!
If you haven't heard the original tune yet, do yourself a favour and give it a whirl below - we featured it in our list of heaviest songs in 2020, so that should give you some indication of what you're in for!
Spiritbox have been one of the most talked-about bands in heavy music of late, dropping three massive singles in 2020 with 'Blessed Be', 'Holy Roller' and 'Constance' all racking up millions of views on YouTube. The band formed from the remains of iwrestledabearonce, and are yet to release their debut album.
Listen to Spiritbox now.