Fitz and the Tantrums' 'Handclap' Soundtracks an Amazing Halloween Light Show: Watch

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Fitz and the Tantrums

For Christmas lights enthusiasts, these days the season gets an early and spooky start in October. And one family's Halloween light display is sure to make your hands clap. 

YouTube user EdwardsLandingLights of Leesburg, Virginia, put together a remarkable show set to Fitz and the Tantrum's "Handclap" that brings the house alive for the catchy track. 

According to the YouTube page, about 16,000 lights and over thousands of channels of computer animation were used in the production that's simply a hobby. From the outside, it's all silent, as viewers tune in to their car's radio to hear the accompanying music. With most the lights used being energy efficient LEDs, the electrical cost for the entire Halloween season is just $35. 

Naturally, this isn't the first time Edwards Landing Lights has put on a show of this scale. They already did "Heathens" by Twenty One Pilots earlier this month and last year did Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Downtown," among others. 

Watch the "Handclap" video here: