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From Wellerman to Drunken Sailor, sea shanties are attracting the attention of landlubber TikTokers. "It went wild. I don't really know what happened," says the guy at the center of it all.From Wellerman to Drunken Sailor, sea shanties are attracting the attention of landlubber TikTokers. "It went wild. I don't really know what happened," says the guy at the center of it all.

Sea shanties are all over TikTok. Here's why - CNET

#ShantyTok is the best new trend on the video app.It’s the best trend of 2021.

TikTok sea shanty videos are taking over social media

From Wellerman to Drunken Sailor, sea shanties are attracting the attention of landlubber TikTokers. "It went wild. I don't really know what happened," says the guy at the center of it all.

Sea shanties are all over TikTok. Here's why

Once the preserve of salty old sea dogs, the folk songs are the latest craze on the social media site. But is it wholesome fun, or a sign lockdown has broken us?Once the preserve of salty old sea dogs, the folk songs are the latest craze on the social media site. But is it wholesome fun, or a sign lockdown has broken us?

Not just for drunken sailors: how sea shanties took over TikTok | Folk music | The Guardian

An obscure 19th-century sea shanty called 'The Wellerman' is going viral on TikTok, kickstarted by an English folk band, The Longest Johns.British folk band The Longest Johns explain why sea shanties are so popular right now.

We Interviewed the Band Behind the Viral TikTok 'Wellerman' Sea Shanty

In addition to its usual dance trends and viral songs, TikTok has now resurrected the centuries-old tradition of sea shanties.In addition to its usual dance trends and viral songs, TikTok has now resurrected the centuries-old tradition of sea shanties.

TikTok's Latest Viral Trend Is Sea Shanties - Variety

Getty Image If you've recently found yourself drinking a mug of hot buttered rum while humming an old Scottish ditty and dreaming of the sea, you're not alone.Getty Image If you’ve recently found yourself drinking a mug of hot buttered rum while humming an old Scottish ditty and dreaming of the sea, you’re not alone. Among TikTok’s many…

Sea Shanty TikTok Is The Best Viral Trend Of 2021 So Far, Grab Your Tea And Rum – BroBible

These are challenging days, my friends, with plague surging everywhere but here, and civil war seeming to loom to our south.   It can be hard to keep the spirits aloft when every spare second, your eyes are drawn to the cellphone whereThese are challenging days, my friends, with plague surging everywhere but here, and civil war seeming to loom to our south.   It can be hard to keep the spirits aloft when every spare second, your eyes are drawn to the cellphone where

JOHN DeMONT: How the world has discovered sea shanties | Local | News | The Chronicle Herald

In the last few weeks there has been a signifcant rise in sea shanties on TikTok, with particular focus on the 1800s track, 'The Wellerman'. But why?In the last few weeks there has been a signifcant rise in sea shanties on TikTok, with particular focus on the 1800s track, 'The Wellerman'. But why?

Why Is Everyone Singing Sea Shanties Again Like It’s The 1500s?

If you’ve been on social media this week, you may well have come across a surge in interest in sea shanties. We asked a veteran of the style why.  In case you missed it, soon may the Wellerman come, to bring us sugar and tea and rum.  If that sentence is even remotely comprehensible to you, yoIf you’ve been on social media this week, you may well have come across a surge in interest in sea shanties. We asked a veteran of the style why.  In case you missed it, soon may the Wellerman come, to bring us sugar and tea and rum.  If that sentence is even remotely comprehensible to you, yo

Ahoy! A sea shanty veteran on why the genre is blowing up on social media | The Spinoff

Hey there, sailor, why so blue? Life got you down? The unending stream of panic-inducing headlines got you fearing for the future? The inability to shutHey there, sailor, why so blue? Life got you down? The unending stream of panic-inducing headlines got you fearing for the future? The inability to shut

Meet SeaShantyTok, the Wildly Popular Old Timey Sailor Ballad Tiktok Subgenre Soothing a Nation | RELEVANT

Sea shanties TikTok: In the last few weeks sea shanties have completely blown up on TikTok, which makes people wonder - why?!ShantyTok is taking over

ShantyTok: Why is everyone obsessed with sea shanties on TikTok?

The 18th- and 19th-century musical craze has found a new audience. Welcome to the most hearty, drunken and very British of genresThe 18th- and 19th-century musical craze has found a new audience. Welcome to the most hearty, drunken and very British of genres

God bless TikTok: at last, we’re reviving the saucy sea shanty!

One of the first memes of 2021 has roots in 19th century whaling.One of the first memes of 2021 has roots in 19th century whaling.

Why 19th century New Zealand sea shanty 'Wellerman' is trending on TikTok | Newshub

You know, sea shanties -- the 18th century songs of sailors laboring on merchant ships. They've taken over TikTok, thanks to Nathan Evanss.You know, sea shanties -- the 18th century songs of sailors laboring on merchant ships. They've taken over TikTok, thanks to Nathan Evanss.

Sea shanties are here to save us — courtesy of TikToker Nathan Evanss - The Washington Post

This isn’t the sea shanty’s first revival, but it’s the most surreal.This isn’t the sea shanty’s first revival, but it’s the most surreal.

TikTok’s sea shanty revival, explained.

As the world hurtles head-first into 2021, TikTok users are turning to sea shanties for some old-timey entertainment.In centuries past, these call-and-response work songs maintained a ship crew's focus on safely navigating often dangerous waters

Sea Shanty TikTok Trend Explained | Time

Hauling sail into 2021 like “soon may the Wellerman come …”Hauling sail into 2021 like “soon may the Wellerman come …”

Wellerman, a sea shanty from the 19th century, has gone viral on TikTok thanks to a scottish folk singer, creating Shanty Tok in the process.Soon may the Wellerman come

Tiktok: The Sea shanty ‘Wellerman’ has gone viral - Polygon