John Lewis & Partners, the U.K. department store famous for its adorable Christmas commercials, has just released a new video which brings a tiny modicum of joy back into the otherwise depressing world of television advertising. In the video, a crowd of parents are nodding their way through an elementary school recital when their ambitious children decide to take things up a notch with Queen's most iconic anthem.



Twitter felt like they were seeing the world's most adorable concert!





These kids rock harder than most of us could ever hope to!



Though John Lewis is usually known for its Christmas ads, this was a refreshing change of pace!



Some people were enjoying the commercial more than the program it aired during.


Everything, from the music to the visuals, just seemed to come together...


Congrats on another winning commercial, John Lewis & Partners!





H/T - Mashable, YouTube

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