A lot of music is made by computers these days, but this cover of Fun's We Are Young takes "computer music" to a whole other level.

With none other than an HP Scanjet 3C taking over from Nate Ruess's lead vocals, the tuned-up printer boshes out a recognisable rendition of the anthemic tune - although one that doesn't quite "set the world on fire" - accompanied by some hard disk drive percussion and Yamaha CX-5 keys.

In scenes reminiscent of how we imagine Mistabishi's Printer Jam might sound live, we sure can recommend that you have a look at what else is on BD594's YouTube channel. It's bonkers, but impressive nonetheless.

If whirring printer motors aren't your thing, then why not check out the band's original video, below, even if just for a point of reference?

Mike Lowe

Gaming geek, semi-failed cyclist, big screen and movie lover and fan of both big beats and beer. As the former Reviews Editor at What Digital Camera, self-confessed camera geek Mike has seen pretty much every digital camera that's been made. His work has featured in a variety of well-respected titles, including Wired, TechRadar, Professional Photographer and many more.