The Williams twins go viral again after listening to the Bee Gees' 'Stayin' Alive' for the first time

Publish Date
Tuesday, 15 September 2020, 3:57PM

Tim and Fred Williams first went viral last month after they filmed themselves listening to the absolute masterpiece that is Phil Collins' 'In The Air Tonight' for the first time.

Now the 21-year-old twins from Indiana are back and are going viral yet again with their reaction to the Bee Gees' 'Stayin' Alive.'

As the classic '70s disco anthem plays, the brothers bob their heads along with the beat.

But then Bee Gees' frontman Barry Gibbs' legendary falsetto voice hits a high during the chorus and the twins are visibly thrilled.

The video rapidly made the rounds on Twitter again, with the Bee Gees official Twitter account getting in on the action.

Sharing the video for their fans to watch, the account wrote: "Welcome to the #BeeGees family @twinsthenewtren! We'll let Barry know you like his teeth."

The video of them listening to the Bee Gees has already had over 235,000 views.

The twins grew up listening to hip-hop and R&B, but Tim thought it would be a good idea to broaden their musical horizons.

"We wanted to start a new trend to appreciate old music," he said.

So every day, they put on their headsets, play classic songs they’ve never heard before and film their reactions.

The pure joy they get from discovering new songs is delightful, so it's no surprise they continue to go viral.

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