Walking around the city with a cameraman following closely by, Tyler Joseph of Twenty One Pilots serenaded an entire city with a heart-stopping cover of Elvis Presley's "I Can't Help Falling in Love."
The young artist begins his performance with a ukulele in hand from within a van before stepping out to take a musical stroll around town. Stopping by a lonesome man sitting alone on a curb before continuing on, Joseph quickly draws a crowd eager to sing alongside him. The performance takes a turn as he nears the end of Elvis' classic, singing in front of a sold-out crowd before returning to the lonesome van, bringing his rendition to a melancholy close.
Now an internationally known band thanks to a series of smash hits including "Blurry Face" and "Heathens", Twenty One Pilots remained an undiscovered gem at the time of the performance back in 2012.
Presley released the orchestral pop ballad back in 1961, not losing an ounce of its luster in the decades following.
You can listen to Twenty One Pilots' rendition below!
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