A few times a year, there's a song I can't get out of my head. With the release of The Witcher TV show coinciding with my end-of-year vacation, a combination of The Witcher TV show and copious amounts of The Witcher 3 resulted in "Toss a Coin to Your Witcher" becoming my anthem for the next month. Obviously, this resulted in diving down the rabbit hole of YouTube covers and remixes, so here's some of the best "Toss a Coin to Your Witcher" covers and remixes I've found.
Toss a Coin To Your Witcher Covers - EDM Edition
This is the first one I came across, and ultimately what led me down the rabbit hole of way too many videos.
This one is pretty heckin' solid too. Dat bass.
Toss a Coin To Your Witcher Covers - Metal Edition
My buddy texted this epic cover to me between Baby Yoda memes, and I've really been digging it. It's not 100% metal, but it's really good.
This one has a much more "metal" vibe to it, and I can't put my finger on what artists it REALLY sounds like.
Toss a Coin To Your Witcher Covers - Rock Edition
These definitely Rock
Toss a Coin To Your Witcher Covers - Orchestral Edition
I told myself I was done writing this article and finding music, then I found THIS. It's epic indeed.
Toss a Coin To Your Witcher Covers - Piano Edition
If you're looking for a more chill or classic rendition of this song that will be iconic for years to come...check this out.
Here's another pretty awesome one. I'm really liking these piano versions of the song, too!
Toss a Coin To Your Witcher Covers - Guitar Edition
A guitar is basically a lute, right? right? No? OK, well guitar covers are perfect for this song.
Here's another good guitar rendition of the song!
Toss a Coin To Your Witcher Covers - Vocal Edition
All jokes aside, this song is superb, and so is The Witcher show. If you haven't watched it, you definitely need to. After release, the original book (The Last Wish) from Andrzej Sapkowski made it onto The New York Times best-selling list 27 years after it was published, and The Witcher 3 surpassed its launch day concurrent players. If nothing else, you can say it's had a great effect on people experiencing both the books and the games!
I'll also leave this with you, because it sums up Geralt and Dandelion quite well.
Did I miss any good covers? Do you hate this song (you're wrong)? Sound off in the comments below.