Metallica’s ‘Nothing Else Matters’ Covered by Twin Sisters Playing Electric Harp
Ever wonder what Metallica's 'Nothing Else Matters' would sound like completely stripped down and played on electric harps by a set of blonde twins? We sure have! And after years of patiently waiting, a lovely duo have created a divine re-imagining of the classic Metallica track.
Twin sisters Camille and Kennerly, who are also known as the 'Harp Twins,' have created an interesting and diverse catalogue of harp covers, including Guns N' Roses' 'Sweet Child o' Mine,' Led Zeppelin's 'Stairway to Heaven' and even a version of 'Skyward Sword' from the 'Zelda' video game series.
'Nothing Else Matters' was released on Metallica's 'Black Album,' and has grown to become a fan favorite, as well as the band's signature ballad. The serene and atmospheric characteristics of 'Nothing Else Matters' makes for a solid foundation used for the twins' harp cover.
In their video for 'Nothing Else Matters,' the Harp Twins calmly brave the desert to play their cover for the barren wasteland. The silent and stoic nature of the twin sisters in action summons flashbacks of 'The Shining,' which adds to the bizarre experience of watching the duo perform.
Check out the Harp Twins' cover of Metallica's 'Nothing Else Matters' above.
[Thanks to our reader Nate for the tip.]