Last time we saw Tim Blais, he was "Rolling in the Higgs", repurposing Adele's smash hit "Rolling in the Deep" with particle physics-based lyrics and a one-man, a capella orchestra. At the very end of that video, he teased "Bohemian Gravity".
It's now a year later, and Blais is back with the fully-realized version.
Blais' "Bohemian Gravity" repurposes Queen's iconic "Bohemian Rhapsody" with String Theory-based lyrics. The content is unapologetically high-level. Blais was in the midst of writing his master's thesis while developing this track, so the video shows us where his mind was during the process.
And he got a haircut. No doubt his parents will be pleased.
If you haven't seen his work, stop punishing yourself and watch. Do it now!
When the lyrics make sense to you, you will be ready for your MS in physics, too.
As I post this, the video has fewer than 100,000 views. That won't last.