Nandi Bushell takes on this My Chemical Romance hit in new cover—watch
Bushell's dad says she is starting to go through her emo phase.January 25, 2021
Musical prodigy Nandi Bushell is back at it with another impressive drum cover this week.
This time around, she decided to cover a My Chemical Romance classic she only just discovered this month.
By now, a lot of you are familiar with Nandi Bushell, the 10-year-old musical prodigy from England. Over the years, she has shared numerous rock covers of Disturbed, blink-182, Rage Against The Machine, Green Day and System Of A Down among others.
More recently, Bushell spent 2020 in an ongoing drum battle with Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl. Finally, in November, Grohl conceded defeat in the drum battle, making Bushell the official winner.
Now, Bushell is back with yet another stellar drum cover. This time around, she decided to take on My Chemical Romance’s hit “Welcome To The Black Parade,” a song she just recently discovered. According to her dad, Bushell is starting to go through her emo phase.
“I love being able to let out all my energy after a stressful week of home learning and online exams. My daddy said I am starting to go through an #emo phase as I discovered My Chemical Romance this week! So so so good! I absolutely love #WelcomeToTheBLACKParade such a great song to let it all out to.”
As it turns out, Bushell isn’t the only person to be recently inspired by “Welcome To The Black Parade.” Earlier this month, we finally learned just how Kevin Smith is incorporating the song that inspired Clerks 3 into the upcoming film’s script.
As well, in other My Chemical Romance news, fans are speculating that Gerard Way may finally make a cameo in season 3 of The Umbrella Academy. Last week, we learned that the cast and crew are getting ready to start filming the highly-anticipated new season of the Netflix show.
What are your reactions to Nandi Bushell’s My Chemical Romance cover? What song would you like to see Bushell cover next? Let us know in the comments below.