The kids from Staten Island's PS22 Chorus have become a viral sensation over the last few years with their renditions of popular songs, and in the process, several acts have dropped by to meet the kids who are covering their music.

Upstart rockers Walk the Moon recently dropped by the New York-area school and had one of the most enjoyable and rewarding experiences. The band performed their songs 'Tightrope' and 'I Can Lift a Car' while at the school, and had a chance to bond with the students as well.

Guitarist Kevin Ray was the subject of affection from many of the female students, with one even telling him that he looked like Edward from 'Twilight.' Ray would later spend time teaching and learning a dance from a student named Malik.

Singer Nicholas Petricca told the group and their teacher, "It is the biggest honor of my whole life to be here and to play with you, Mr. B., and the rest of all you guys here … You have so much heart and you put everything into all you sing." Mr. B. would tell his students, "Remember the joy of this and take it on."

Walk the Moon are currently supporting their self-titled album, which features the breakout single, 'Anna Sun.' The group resume their touring on May 26 in Indianapolis.

Watch Walk the Moon and the PS22 Chorus Perform 'Tightrope'

Watch Walk the Moon and the PS22 Chorus Perform 'I Can Lift A Car'