With a name like "Walk Off The Earth," you might say this band sounds otherworldly. In fact, it's very much grounded in reality. "We wanted to come up with a name that would make people forget about their problems, not worry about everyday issues," says Gianni Luminati. "And walk off the earth with the music." WOTE formed 6 years ago in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, releasing two full length albums and several singles independently. The band, comprised of Sarah Blackwood, Gianni Nicassio, Marshall, Joel Cassady and Taylor, began creating low-budget YouTube videos that quickly resulted in an ever-growing fan base all over the world. The band's axis shifted in 2012 when a cover of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" went viral (and then some) on YouTube. Recorded and filmed in Gianni's kitchen the day after a New Year's Eve party, the now-infamous video shows all five members playing, in unconventional ways, one guitar. They recorded their debut album for Columbia Records, called "R.E.V.O." The title is an acronym for "Realize Every Victory Outright". For the band, it also represents a revolution, a call for listeners to stay positive and keep striving for their goals. A way of life. Their way of life.