Attila frontman Fronz (Chris Fronzak) joined a fan in a karaoke performance of the band’s song ‘Payback‘, while at the Vans Warped Tour. The musician posted a video to his Twitter account, explaining that he’d heard the fan performing and couldn’t resist getting involved himself. You can check the video out just below!
I heard a kid doing scream-karaoke to “Payback” so naturally I had to join the party ??? pic.twitter.com/q38jsPHSbe
— LORD SLiME (@FRONZ1LLA) July 29, 2017
What other bands could you imagine having a little sing-song following a few pints to, uh, open up those pipes? Attila are not everyone’s cup of tea, but we’ve put together a list of three more bands we think would be the perfect partners for the dream duet.
Guns N’ Roses
‘Sweet Child O’ Mine‘ and ‘Welcome To The Jungle‘ are go-to karaoke songs, whether you’re a fan of rock music or not (we’re looking at you Barry, 40, Salford when you were on your holiday in Benidorm). Wouldn’t it be sweet to have Axl Rose and the gang to join? Slash could even lay down some air guitar poses that no one in their right mind would try and compete with. Watch it bring you to your knees… knees…
Everyone’s favourite funny boys would be an excellent choice if you’re keen on belting out a pop punk tune. Performances of ‘Stacy’s Mom‘, ‘Teenage Dirtbag‘ or even a Blink-182 song itself if you want to keep things traditional would be improved tenfold with the help of Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Matt Skiba. Whether or not we’re inviting Tom DeLonge to this party is still up for discussion…
Fall Out Boy
If you’re entering a karaoke competition and want your best shot at winning, then a band like Fall Out Boy is the way to go. Lead singer Patrick Stump has got some incredible vocals, meaning that he can sing pretty much anything— something he’s proved time and time again as he’s dabbled beyond the band in jazz, funk, pop and more. Not to mention, if things do start to go downhill, Pete Wentz can just start stripping and remind everyone of that weird crush they had on him in 2007.