With how 2020 has gone, we could all use as much wholesome content as possible. Now, this week, it looks like Kevin Bacon has us covered.
Kevin Bacon has truly utilized social media this year to bring some entertaining content to his fans. His 1.5 million Instagram followers have been treated to a slew of videos in 2020 including his Monday Blues series where he talks about some of his favorite songs. From Nirvana‘s “Come As You Are” to Bon Jovi‘s “Runaway,” Kevin Bacon has shown off his true love for music this year.
Now, it looks like the actor is proving just how big of a Radiohead fan he is. This week, Bacon decided to serenade his goats with a stripped-down cover of the Radiohead classic “Creep.”
As part of his Goat Songs series, the actor grabbed his red acoustic guitar and headed out his barn to treat his goats to the special performance. Throughout the video, the goats can be seen reacting to the cover even though Bacon notes the song’s lyrics aren’t really “appropriate.”
Even though it’s one of the more random videos in 2020, Bacon’s “Creep” goat serenade is truly the wholesome content we all need this year.
“The goats were insisting, so I had to try. Here’s Creep by @radiohead.”
Kevin Bacon has serenaded his goats plenty of other times this year. Back in November, he performed an acoustic rendition of Frank Ocean‘s “Thinkin Bout You.” As well, he also recently took on The Beach Boys‘ “Don’t Worry Baby” for the Goat Songs series. Both are those covers are available to watch below.
What are your reactions to Kevin Bacon’s cover of Radiohead? What is your favorite cover he’s done for his Goat Songs series? Let us know in the comments below.