From the kids of the O'Keefe Music Foundation who brought you a raucous rendition of Pantera's "I'm Broken" and make a whole short film based around Slipknot's "The Devil in I" comes a new garage-set take on White Zombie's 1992 classic "Thunderkiss '65." The young rockers range in age from seven to 15 this time around, and they ably showcase what kind of infectious fun can result as an end product of the organizations' mission: giving young people the skills, equipment and opportunity to realize and follow their dreams. The particular players here are vocalist Taylor Campbell (age 8), Miles Fong Alexander (7) on tambourine, drummer Logan Miller (9), bassist Jackson Toma (14) and guitarists Noah Williams (15) and Gabe Josefowicz (15).
If you enjoyed the clip above and want to support this excellent cause, the O'Keefe Music Foundation accepts donations in order to keep running. "The recording sessions, the vinyl records, the posters, the music videos ... all of this is FREE for the students," states the organization's pledge page, with different cash denominations listed, as well as a custom donation option.