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Anyone who say the military bands and Royal families don’t have a sense of humour have obviously never been to Sweden
To celebrate King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden’s 70th birthday, the army brass band played an inspired cover of Swedish House Mafia’s hit song ‘Don’t You Worry Child’.
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Who agrees that for Queen Elizabeth II’s next birthday the Coldstream Guards’ band should play Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson. We all know she likes to get down to a good beat.
Talking about weird but cool covers of classic tunes – Who can forget this cruise ship’s rendition of Seven Nation Army by the White Stripes in Hamburg harbour:
Swedish army brass band play Swedish House Mafia for the King of Sweden's 70th birthday
Or these hard drives and floppy discs playing Smell like Teen Spirit:
Or even this Russian folk band’s cover of Hot ‘n’ Cold by Katy Perry: