Phil Collins' song "In the Air Tonight" has reentered the music charts nearly 40 years after its release, thanks to a viral YouTube video. Let's see," Tim Williams, a year-old who filmed himself listening to Collins' single for the first time alongside his twin brother, Fred, says before playing the song. I've never seen that. The twins' reactions, particularly their surprise at the drum solo, appears to have resonated both with new Collins' listeners and longtime fans of the artist, so much so that "In the Air Tonight" has landed in second place on iTunes on Tuesday, right behind Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's "WAP. Another user recalled in the comments section of the video a favorite memory of her driving with her late brother when "In the Air Tonight" came on the radio. I'll never forget how fun those few minutes were," she wrote. Thanks for helping an old rocker chick remember this great memory. Their YouTube channel TwinsthenewTrend, which mostly features a collection of first-time reaction videos, has existed since , but only started gaining traction in the last few months.
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The Grand Canyon, a sunset over the ocean, and a perfect pizza are just a few of these things. Something else that's pretty darn perfect is that drum hit in the Phil Collins classic " In the Air Tonight. Yeah, that's the one. But while all of these things are near perfection, sometimes the universe decides to make something completely perfect, something pure, something that will change your life forever. This video is one of those things — kind of. You're going to start this video wondering why Phil Collins is serenading you. I mean, this kid is heading down a hill on his bike, it's not even night and I can't feel anything in the air. Then you start to ignore the video and just get caught up in the song and wait for those drums. I might be wrong, but I am pretty sure this will be your internal dialogue the first time you watch it:. Other part of your brain: I know, but that kid is about to Pete Rose it right into those garbage cans.