They've just posted the second installment and it's nothing short of amazing. Watch it in full below.
The videos were recorded by the band at The Catcade in Chicago, a place to play video games and hangout with—yes!—cats that are up for adoption.
Stoked to bring you the second installment of Something Old, Something New Sessions. We performed some songs with cats at @TheCatcade in Chicago// Watch the full video at: https://t.co/kqnH3iiZTD pic.twitter.com/Y240PNWC1B
— Real Friends (@realfriendsband) December 19, 2017
That means we didn't only get an acoustic version of “Skin Deep,” from 2013's EP Put Yourself Back Together, and an acoustic version of “Keep Lying To Me,” from 2016's The Home Inside My Head, but we also get to watch cats playing around for the duration of the videos. Can life get any better?
The band's first installment included acoustic versions of “Skeletons” and “Mokena,” filmed in Kyle's bedroom. At the time, they tweeted “We're grateful for seven years of your endless support and love” and explained the project.
Seven years ago, around this time of the year, we started Real Friends. We're grateful for seven years of your endless support and love. ❤️
— Real Friends (@realfriendsband) September 18, 2017
A few words about Something Old, Something New Sessions. pic.twitter.com/bPjg16d1qo
— Real Friends (@realfriendsband) September 19, 2017
Watch the acoustic renderings of “Skin Deep” e “Keep Lying To Me” below:
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