No need to worry about how AC/DC hasn’t popped out new music in six years, because a computer program called AI/DC wrote its own, perfect Acca Dacca song.

It’s a bit hard to believe that six years have already passed since we’ve heard hard rock outfit AC/DC put out some new tunes, but we needn’t worry because luckily have computer technology to fill the gap.

Created by YouTuber Funk Turkey, a computer program cleverly dubbed AI/DC has managed to create an incredible new song that you’d easily mistake for being a classic AC/DC hit.

“I put all the lyrics of AC/DC into a bot and asked it to write a song,” Funk Turkey writes. “This is what it wrote.”

Titled ‘Great Balls’, the song takes on droning guitar and rocking beats that we easily recognise as a good Acca Dacca song. While the lyrics don’t make terribly much sense, you could easily trick your mates that it was a B-side that didn’t take of quite as well.

With a chorus rocking the lyrics “She got great balls and big balls / Too many women with the balls,” paired with “Seems like a bone givin’ the balls / A whole lotta women ’cause I’m a ball“, we can see why Axl Rose didn’t quite give the balls/women chorus a go in real life.

Regardless of where the lyrics take you, it’s got everything that a good AC/DC song is composed of, with a guitar solo in the middle of the song, and all.

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The entire track is laid over a music video showing the hard rock collective at a slew of different live performances, with snippets of code and distortion to boot, made to look as if the computer generated the video itself, too.

Do we think that AI/DC could entirely replace AC/DC? Probably not, but if we were in a tight situation, and craved more of their classic sound and the band wasn’t delivering, AI/DC could be a decent alternative.

Keen for more of Funk Turkey’s kookiness? They’ve also got a Nickleback-type video dubbed ‘Nicklebot’.

Check out ‘Great Balls’ by AC/DC-like computer program AI/DC: