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November 26, 2022

Big 4 Battle of the Bands Happened Last Night, Here’s What You Missed

Clearly the biggest thing to happen to Canada since, well, ever, the Big 4 Battle of the Bands went down in Toronto last night. In case you couldn't be there, here's what we know:

1. Deloitte really loves Bruno Mars

2. PwC's band Lipstick Hornet performed Metric's "Combat Baby" without a keyboardist (what is this world coming to?!)

3. EY's Going Concerns "melted faces" and emerged victorious as two-time winners, opening up with "We Will Rock You." They looked like this after:

 

Although the event is clearly called Big 4 Battle of the Bands, we have absolutely no idea what KPMG did or if their band The Write-Offs even showed up at all, feel free to insert your related KPMG jokes here.

pic courtesy Krupo

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