Identical Twins Play Harp Cover Version Of The Cranberries' 'Zombie' (VIDEO)

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When was the last time you watched a YouTube video of two identical twins playing a harp-based cover version of The Cranberries' classic Zombie? Chances are, never.

Well, today is the day you'll do just that, and it's all thanks to Camille and Kennerly Kitt, "the world's only known identical twin professional harpists" - their website's words, not ours - and their inspired choice of a cover song.

Now this is such an unusual video, you'll probably want to find out a bit more about these two ladies here and their electrical harps. To help you with that admirable quest, check out their website, their other website, their Facebook page and their YouTube channel.

They're pretty clued up on the interwebs, these kids.

Also, if you were looking for a reminder of what the original tune sounds like, we've included the music video of the 1994 smash hit below. And just in case you fancy seeing another utterly random cover version today, here's A-Ha's Take On Me played by five Korean people on accordions. As you do.

Oh, and while we're here, there are plenty of other crazy harp covers from Camille and Kennerly out there on the web, and just to give you a taster, here are our favourites. WIth Or Without You on harps? Sure thing.

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