Halloween House Lights Set To “The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?)”
Every Halloween season, people can count on a spectacular musical light show set to the most popular songs of the year from Edwards Landing Lights in Leesburg, VA.
This home light show draws thousands of visitors each year and has gotten even more popular thanks to videos on YouTube, and this year is no different.
This year, Edwards Landing Lights took on the viral novelty song “The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?)” by Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis.
With lights intricately placed on the house and in the yard, the show is choreographed to the music with spooky light faces mouthing along to the words.
According to the video description on Edwards Landing Light’s YouTube page, here’s how they pulled off this year’s light show:
Over 8,500 lights and roughly 1066 channels of computer animation. This is a personal hobby and not a business. Edwards Landing Lights is simply the name we gave to our holiday display on our house. Viewers tune in their car’s FM radio to “hear the lights”. No music is broadcast outside. Most of the lights used in the display are energy efficient LEDs. We estimate the electric bill for the display at $25-$35 to run the display for the Halloween season.
Check out the video below: