Cows — they’re just like us!
At least, they may or may not have a similar taste in music, as evidenced by a new video posted yesterday to YouTube (via Fast Company).
In the clip, a Kansas farmer, who Fast Company notes goes by the name of Derek Klingenberg, plops down in the middle of a field, trombone in hand. From there, Klingenberg blares a popular tune on his horn — that of “Royals,” the No. 1 smash of 2013 by Lorde.
As Klingenberg gets on with the tune, suddenly a few black cows appear over the horizon, heading in the direction of the excess-shaming song. Soon, he has a whole crowd hanging at his every whim.
Yes, cows apparently identify with “Royals.” But perhaps only when it’s played on trombone. Band geeks, your hour is upon us.