Forward thinking live dubstep band Modestep are never ones for convention. Blending live piano, percussion, and guitar into a brilliant dubstep cover of Coldplay’s “Paradise,” the talented four-piece craft a monstrous re-imagining of the enchanting single. At times symphonic, at other times chaotic and calamitous, the cover teeters between moments of choral brilliance and surges of bestial bass, while always remaining epic. Though Josh Friend is no Chris Martin, his vocals certainly do justice to the talented Coldplay frontman. Check out the creative cover below.
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