This is the moment a group of university musicians proved there's fun to be had at band camp.
Members of Ohio University Marching 110 are the latest to shoot a Gangnam-style video of themselves prancing around mimicking Korean rapper Psy.
Performing ahead of a football game against Norfolk State on Saturday, the 200-strong self-dubbed 'most exciting band in the land' began their performance like any other, bopping happily to the beat of the music.
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Who would have guessed it? The performance starts out conservatively enough
The band suddenly launches into Gangnam-style grooving
After around a minute and a half the band suddenly launch themselves to the ground Mexican-wave style, bouncing back up again and showing off their practiced dance moves.
They strut their stuff on the pitch in a carefully choreographed routine, parodying the summer's surprise internet sensation.
Skipping on the spot, their instruments abandoned on the grass beside them, the band members kick off their display with a Macarena-type sequence of movements.
Swinging their hips they punch the air, hug their waists and shuffle animatedly from side to side.
Musical instruments lie abandoned on the ground, forgotten about
Not put off by their stiff uniforms, band members roll around on the ground, straddling one another
They gallop around the football field, one arm circling above their heads rodeo-style
Only a small gaggle continue to play the music as their peers pulse from foot to foot, circling one arm above their heads rodeo-style.
With militaristic precision they groove to the beat of the drums, remaining in their ranks as they execute their moves.
They dive to the floor, rolling around, waving instruments in the air.
Straddling one another they thrust their hips energetically, seemingly not held back by their stiff uniforms.
At one point they pause, mid-lunge, chin resting on fist, staring into the crowd which responds with cheers and applause.
They strike a pose mid-lunge, pausing for several seconds before throwing themselves into phase two of the performance
From the looks on their faces the band members are having a fantastic time!
The self-named 'most exciting band in the land' receives a standing ovation from the adoring crowd
They wait, frozen, as they get their breath back before launching into phase two of the hilarious dancing, belting out a chant as they do.
Their jiving lasts a total of three and a half minutes, finishing with them marching up to one of the stands, the crowd demonstrating their deafening appreciation.
It is not the first time Ohio Marching 110 has found internet fame. In October the group played LMFAO's Party Rock Anthum during a halftime performance at a game against Kent State.
Without getting quite so jiggy-with-it as in the Gangnam video, the crew's rendition was still animated and entertaining.
Their efforts have been commended with a staggering 8 million YouTube hits to date and this latest one already has almost 8,000.
Inspired by South Korea: Rapper Psy performs Gangnam Style at the iHeart Radio Music Festival on Friday, September 21
Psy's dancing style has become this summer's unexpected internet sensation