This YouTuber can cover Oasis’ ‘Wonderwall’ in any style you could imagine – even Russian techno

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We’re going to really go out on a limb here – but we reckon you’ve heard ‘Wonderwall’ before. Like, so many times. Like that time when your mate thought he was the next Noel Gallagher at a doomed house party. Or that time when you asked, no, demanded to do it at the end of a karaoke sesh. Perhaps, you heard it at literally any Oasis, Liam Gallagher or Noel Gallagher gig for the last two decades. But you’ve never heard it quite performed like this, trust us…

Using all the settings on his synth, YouTuber Seth Everman has endeavoured to cover Oasis’ 1995 classic in just about every style you could ever imagine. From ‘90s boyband to Reggaeton, Everman finds new ways to interpret the Britpop classic.

The retro arcade game version is a Nintendo-indebted sugar rush, and he even finds time to do a version that your Dad’s local covers band thought they’d nailed. The cream of the crop, clearly, is the Russian Techno (Bass Boosted) version – a pumping, Euro-dance interpretation complete with garish sunglasses, that’ll have you reaching for your glo-sticks in no time.

So while Liam Gallagher recently admitted that he still can’t play Oasis’ ‘Wonderwall’ on guitar – we reckon Everman is game to step in.