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A.V. Undercover

A.V. Undercover 2016: Watch the recap and vote for your favorite
About This Episode

Another year of Undercover has come to a close, and that means it’s time to open the polls and let you all vote for your favorite of this season. If you vote more than once, all of your votes will be thrown out, so choose carefully. There are 27 episodes to choose from, including the off-list bonus videos by GWAR and Wye Oak. Voting will end Monday, December 12. The winner will be announced the following day and will receive nothing but bragging rights.


The candidates:

Bleached covered Misfits

Brass Bed covered Van Halen

Bully covered Sum 41

Chrissy And Hawley covered Erasure

Deerhoof covered Adam Ant

Eric Bachmann covered David Bowie

The Falcon covered The Georgia Satellites

GWAR covered AC/DC

Har Mar Superstar covered Built To Spill

HXLT covered Ginuwine

The Infamous Stringdusters covered The Killers

Joyce Manor covered The National

Julien Baker covered Death Cab For Cutie

Le Butcherettes covered Miley Cyrus

Luna covered Motorhead

Mothers covered Glenn Frey

Operators covered Nena

PWR BTTM covered Counting Crows

Rob Crow covered Men At Work

Sean Watkins covered The Left Banke

Shearwater covered Bauhaus

Tacocat covered Katie Perry

Touche Amore covered Pearl Jam

Trashcan Sinatras covered Wye Oak

Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra covered Thin Lizzy

The Wombats covered Goo Goo Dolls

Wye Oak covered Pat Benatar

Filed Under: Music, Video
  • A.V. Undercover
  • 210 Episodes
  • Undercover: We invite 25 bands into our office to perform a cover song from an ever-dwindling list. The later a band comes in, the fewer songs they have to choose from.