It’s not quite like anything you’ve seen before on late night television.

Last week, Blake Shelton visited Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Currently promoting his new release Based On A True Story…, which came out Tuesday (March 26), Shelton performed alongside Fallon and Parks and Recreation‘s Nick Offerman for a performance. Normal enough, except they were all wearing fluffy, yellow chicken costumes.

“Ladies and gentleman, here to perform an all-clucking version of the hit song ‘Ho, Hey’ by The Lumineers, please welcome The Chickeneers!”

And with a strum of the guitar and a cluck, they began the hilarious cover, if you can even call it that. Watch below:

Shelton released his new album earlier this week and he said the title is no coincidence.

“I was listening to the album and I thought, ‘Man, every song on here is either been there, done that, or I’m doing it right now,’” Blakeexplained, “so it really is my true life.”

Staring in an all-chicken Lumineers tribute band? Now Blake can say he’s “been there, done that.”

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