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US Indie Band Grouplove Neck A Shoey After Covering Dune Rats On Like A Version

An awesome cover followed by beer from a shoe.
Bassist for Grouplove Daniel Gleason sculled a shoey after covering Dune Rats for Triple J's Like A Version.
Bassist for Grouplove Daniel Gleason sculled a shoey after covering Dune Rats for Triple J's Like A Version.

American indie band Grouplove appeared on Triple J's Like A Version segment on Friday with a stellar cover of the Dune Rat's tune 'Bullshit'.

They capped off the stripped-back, acoustic version of the song with the bassist Daniel Gleason sculling a shoey -- a first for the radio show.

For the uninitiated, a shoey is "pouring an entire alcoholic drink into your shoe and skulling it entirely," according to the Urban Dictionary.

After the performance, Gleason took off his shoe and held it out for singer Hannah Hooper to pour in a cold beer -- which he sculled entirely. For the record, he did not wear socks.

Check out the awesome cover and antics in the video above.

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