Overnight, Best Supermarket in Dalston's Kingsland High Street transformed many food items on the shelves into instruments, and together they performed an elaborate tune to the surprise of customers.
Bottles were used as trumpets, food cans as the xylophone, clinking bottles as bells and a broom as a shaker.
The transformation was for Red Stripe's 'Make Music in the Corner Shop' project.
One customer enthused: "[It was] absolutely phenomenal how they turned an ordinary shop into a magical musical. I was thrilled to have experienced the stock on the shelves literally come to life. So, so, clever."
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