Worried that Psy’s ubiquitous dubstep beats hadn’t yet permeated every spare corner of pop culture? Upset that last year’s totally bonkers “Party Rock Anthem” Halloween light show got shut down by the local homeowners’ association? Well cheer up, camper, because a humble abode in Leesburg, Virginia, has stepped up to the plate to deliver the Halloween song and light show of the year.
Over 8,500 lights and about 250 channels of computer animation let the house sing and light up to Psy’s “Gangnam Style” — an epic song of love, horse dancing and Seoul real estate. The lip synching pumpkins don’t dance, but it’s still pretty great to see them all chime in for “Hey, sexy lady!”
Edwards Landing Lights, which designed the display, has Halloween-themed light shows for 13 full songs, as well as 4 short introduction bits and a couple of announcements. It’s not the firm’s first go-round with Halloween light shows, and now it probably won’t be it’s last.
According to Edwards Landing Lights’ Facebook page, the house is programmed to put on two 25-minute shows that will be played on alternating nights. “We may play all the songs on Friday and Saturday nights but this depends on how much viewer traffic we get,” the statement reads. We’re betting viewer traffic shouldn’t be a problem.
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