Nothing to See Here, Just Kevin Bacon Playing ‘Creep’ For His Goats


At a time when all creative people are longing to perform for an audience after nearly a year of staying at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kevin Bacon figured out a way to rock out a little bit while staying safe. The City on a Hill star posted the latest chapter in his “Goat Songs” series on Monday (Dec. 28), in which he plays a folky, acoustic version of Radiohead’s iconic 1995 breakthrough hit “Creep” on acoustic guitar in a barn as an adorable baby goat nibbles on the sleeve of his flannel shirt.

“The goats were insisting, so I had to try,” the actor captioned the clip. Previous “Goat Songs” rambles have included takes on Frank Ocean’s “Thinkin’ Bout You,” the Beach Boys’ “Don’t Worry Baby,” a duet with daughter Sosie on 4 Non Blondes’ “What’s Up,” and the Beatles’ “Norwegian Wood,” all in an effort to find just the right soundtrack for his beloved farm friends.



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