Athletic Bilbao players celebrate beating Barcelona with cover of AC/DC’s Highway To Hell
How do you celebrate a dramatic win against one of the biggest football clubs in Europe in a cup final? If you’re Athletic Bilbao, it’s by forming an AC/DC tribute band… obviously.
Following the team’s Supercopa victory – in which they beat Barcelona 3 – 2 thanks to an extra-time winning goal – several players headed to a Seville hotel for a post-game live performance of AC/DC classic Highway To Hell.
Comprising their own version of the rock legends were drummer Dani García, guitarists Óscar de Marcos, Mikel Vesga and Mikel Balenziaga, Iñigo on bass and Asier Villalibre channeling his inner Bon Scott on vocals.
And hey, it’s not the greatest AC/DC tribute ever, but there’s a certain charm to it – and in a time where bands are unable to tour, we’ll certainly take this for now…
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