The Hunky Stars Of 'Well-Strung' Put A New Twist On A Taylor Swift Smash

We can't help but love this "Blank Space" redux.

The men of " Well-Strung: The Singing String Quartet" are putting a whimsical twist on the Taylor Swift smash, "Blank Space," in their new video.

The group -- comprised of first violinist Edmund Bagnell, second violinist Chris Marchant, violist Trevor Wadleigh and cellist Daniel Shevlin -- hits the streets (and rooftops) of New York in the new clip, which mashes Swift's hit song up with Johann Sebastian Bach's “Partita No. 3 in E Major (BWV 1006).”

Each of the boys has a chance encounter with a handsome stranger as they traverse Manhattan, but by the video's conclusion, they all discover that -- as is often the case in matters of love -- things aren't always what they appear to be.

It's been a busy summer for Well-Strung, who are gearing up for the release of their sophomore album, “POPSsical," this October. Their video, "Chelsea's Mom," racked up over 200,000 views on YouTube after being featured on The Huffington Post, MSNBC and People, among other media outlets. The song, which revises Fountains of Wayne's 2003 hit, "Stacy's Mom," as an ode to 2016 Democractic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, was even shared by Chelsea Clinton on social media.

You can catch Well-Strung live in their new show, "Summer Lovin,'" at The Art House in Provincetown, Massachusetts through Sept. 12.

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