The Who recreate 'Won't Get Fooled Again' with classroom instruments, and it's hilarious - video

17 May 2019, 15:57 | Updated: 6 October 2023, 10:21

It's impossible not to rock out to The Who's classic 'Won't Get Fooled Again', even if you're only armed with little classroom instruments.

The legendary band were joined by Jimmy Fallon and his houseband The Roots on The Tonight Show in the US this week, and they couldn't help but recreate one of their classic hits.

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend have surely never played this track like this before, using a plastic toy ukulele and child's tambourine, no less.

Watch the video above.

The Who sardined their way into the Tonight Show classroom on Wednesday night (May 15) to perform a joyous version of the song, with Fallon playing some wood block and backing vocals.

The Who on The Tonight Show
The Who on The Tonight Show. Picture: NBC

Townshend also ended the song with his signature guitar smashing, breaking his little ukulele in half while Daltrey joked that he was quitting the band.

The Who are currently touring the US on their Moving On! tour, where they are joined every night by a 49-piece orchestra.

Meanwhile, Roger Daltrey is releasing his own orchestral version of The Who's iconic Tommy album.

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