Wuauquikuna covers ‘The Sound of Silence’ using their panflutes. The brothers Luis and Fabian are two Native Americans who make up the band. They have chosen the beautiful outdoors to play their version of the world-famous song.
Surrounding the brothers are tall mountains, rolling hills, thick forests, vast fields, and a pristine blue lake. Nature is the perfect place for them to play their peaceful tunes.
They begin to play on their instruments, and it seems the world itself slows as everything stops to listen to their song. Nearby cows are grazing in the grass, and above them, a flock of white birds flies by.
The wind blows through the flowers and grains in the fields, and they move as if they were dancing. The calming and relaxing sound of their performance fills the countryside air.
They also sit by the majestic blue lake that reflects the clear blue skies. There is not another person in sight, just the brothers and the animals that surround them.
In the fields, they continue to play with nonstop passion. ‘The Sound of Silence is a song with deep and rich emotion. You can almost hear the lyrics being sung even if no one is actually singing.
The song has been covered countless times, but Wuauquikuna’s cover may be one of the best of all time. The brothers look upon the world around them when they finish playing.