Watch: Walk the Moon cover Adele’s ‘Someone Like You’

Walk the Moon have been known to treat fans to a cover or two in the past; just look at their “What If Covers” series from late last year. Now, the band has added another cover to their quickly growing list. On Monday (March 4), the Ohio-founded act’s cover of Adele’s smash single “Someone Like You” was released.

Filmed during their recent appearance on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the four-and-a-half-minute video finds the four-piece giving the somber track a little bit of an upbeat update. The video was shot while the group was hanging out backstage in the Tonight Show music room.

Watch Walk the Moon’s cover of “Someone Like You” above.

As previously mentioned, Walk the Moon’s cover of the Adele classic comes months after the band began their own covers series on social media. To date, the quartet has given their own spin to songs such as “Time to Pretend” by MGMT, “Time After Time” by Cyndi Lauper, and “Tubthumpin” by Chumbawumba. All their covers can be found on their Instagram account.

Recently, the band released their ultra-catchy, standalone single “Timebomb.” “Timebomb” comes more than a year after the release of their fourth studio album, What If Nothing.

The album produced a total of five singles including “One Foot,” “Headphones,” “Surrender,” “Kamikaze,” and “Tiger Teeth” which was given the music video treatment back in October.

Walk the Moon are currently on the road, opening for Muse on their Simulation Theory North American tour. The tour began last month and will find the groups performing across the continent throughout March and April. The full list of current tour dates can be found here.

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