Wild Beasts - Wanderlust (Pipe Organ version)

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First installed 60 years ago, the Royal Festival Hall organ is an extraordinary instrument, capable of creating everything from the most delicate sounds to bone-penetrating bass swells.

Wild Beasts jumped at the opportunity to perform an exclusive version of their hit 'Wanderlust' utilizing the legendary 7,866 pipe organ - which has been out of action since 2005. 


UK art-rock outfit Wild Beasts kicked off 2014 with the release of their single "Wanderlust," and to close out the year, they've shared a rather remarkable reinterpretation of the same track.

Filmed at the Royal Festival Hall in London, the live rendition incorporates playing a massive, 7,866-pipe organ. The instrument was apparently built in 1966 for $15 million, making it the most expensive thing any of the band members have ever played.

 Check out the band's performance of "Wanderlust" with the addition of the gigantic pipe organ above.
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