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The Living Tombstone

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My Ordinary Life The Living Tombstone 03:51
It's Been So Long The Living Tombstone 02:54
Basics in Behavior (feat. Or3o) (Blue Version) The Living Tombstone, Or3o 03:57
Echo (feat. Crusher-P) The Living Tombstone, Crusher-P 03:20
Five Nights at Freddy's The Living Tombstone 02:45
Discord The Living Tombstone, Eurobeat Brony 03:13
Stuck Inside (feat. Kevin Foster) Black Gryph0n, The Living Tombstone, Kevin Foster 02:53
I Got No Time The Living Tombstone 02:46
I Can't Fix You (feat. Crusher-P) The Living Tombstone, Crusher-P 04:38
Die In a Fire (feat. EileMonty & Orko) The Living Tombstone 03:05

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Drawing inspiration from video games, memes, and pop culture in general, The Living Tombstone are an LA-based electronic music duo formed by Israeli-American musician and YouTuber Yoav Landau and vocalist Sam Haft. Landau made his official debut in 2012 with a remix of the track “Discord” by Eurobeat Brony, originally based on a character from animated TV series My Little Pony. He followed-up in 2014 with the singles “It’s Been So Long” and “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” inspired by the popular indie video game franchise Five Nights at Freddy’s. In 2015, he started his Red Vs Blue series by remixing the “Dog of Wisdom” meme, featuring two radically different versions of the same song. “My Ordinary Life” (2017) marked the first collaboration between the pair, and was quickly followed by the Pokémon-themed “Pikachu’s Lament” in 2018. Preceded by the 2020 singles “Drunk” and “Sunburn,” zero_one, their official studio debut, saw the light of the day that same year via Warner Music Group.