With the rise of Pitch Perfect and Pentatonix, the world has finally embraced the incredible style of acapella.
Making music with nothing but your voice has become an Internet phenomenon, and Westworld is finally given its own acapella treatment.
The group of singers - titled The Warp Zone - utilizes their five different voices to blend the unique melodies of Ramin Djawadi into a perfect harmony. It's hard to translate the sounds of stringed intruments into a vocal performance, but these guys hit the nail on the head.
In addition to the vocal talents of The Warp Zone, the performers dressed as the major characters from Westworld. The top left corner portrays Dolores, with Dr. Ford appearing below that. The singer in the bottom center frame is The Man In Black, with Bernard beside him, and Hector rounding out the crew in the top right.
The top center frame is filled with the video of the actual opening sequence that plays along with the theme. Having this in the video helps viewers know exactly what part of the song they sould be hearing.
Major props to The Warp Zone for this cover. It's difficult to recreate such a beatuiful piece of music, but these guys turned in a brilliant performance.
Head over to The Warp Zone's YouTube channel to check out all of their amazing covers.
Westworld has aired all ten episodes of its first season, and HBO has stated that the hit series will return for season two. The unfortunate part, however, is that the show may not air until 2018.