The track has the indiepop band team up with musician and producer Kerwood for a laid back electro take on the scuzzy classic from Dinosaur Jr.
The cover takes out the scuzz and replaces it with St. Etienne-like crisp synths and buzzing basslines. They stop one step short of adding the squelch of a 303 meaning this is more early-hours comedown than jump around anthem.
Not a band to shy away from collaboration (Keith Levene plays guitar on the b-side to latest single Dizzy) their cheeky out-to-shock persona is tempered by the smooth groove that Kerwood adds here. It’s a step away from the tracks the band released on their mini album last year (for Team Love Records) and shows they are more than a gimmicky or kitsch throw-away pop band but exciting musicians who aren’t scared to have fun.