The Wonder Years transform into Limp Bizkit + cover “Break Stuff”, “Faith”, + more – watch

Photo by Vince DeSantiago

It’s no secret that The Wonder Years have out out some of the decade’s best pop-punk albums, with The Upsides being really the album that kickstarted their career. Did you know that the band actually has a nu-metal side project called Limp Bizkit, though?

Okay, so that’s not really the case – but on their annual run of holiday shows, The Wonder Years are indeed playing two sets a night – and the bonus set just so happens to include the band playing a litany of Limp Bizkit covers.

While sadly there’s no sign of the band taking on “The Truth” or “Hot Dog”, The Wonder Years are covering the biggest LB hits, including “Break Stuff”, “Nookie”, and even “Rollin'”. Simply incredible, and honestly, they pull it off pretty well. It’s a nu-metal world, we’re just living in it.

Catch The Wonder Bizkits on the final four shows of their holiday tour below:

10/24 Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
10/25 New York, NY – Warsaw
10/26 Philadelphia, PA – TLA
10/27 Boston, MA – Royale