If you weren’t ready for the weekend already, this will bloody well tip you over the edge. Enduring electronic icons The Presets have casually lobbed up to the hallowed Triple J halls on this blessed Friday and given us a Like A Version for the ages in the form of an absolutely gargantuan Midnight Oil jam.

On the back of Hi Viz, The Presets’ first album in six years, the group stopped by Aunty this morning with a full backing band behind them, horns and all, to tear through Midnight Oil’s iconic, enduring megahit Power and the Passion, in what might be one of the better Like a Version efforts this year, if not ever.

It’s a fairly straightforward cover, hiding the band’s weaknesses when covering a song like this (namely, Kim Moyes is not Rob Hirst and is there not about to bust out a polyrhythmic drum solo on a water tank), and instead drops in a few subtle electronic breaks, before winding it all by busting out the song’s ubiquitous horn-laden outro and jesus christ let’s all just down tools and go to the fucken pub right now.

Yep. YEP. That’s the good shit, mates. That is rock solid gear. Best on ground votes to that bassist of theirs for doing straight work for the entirety of the jam, and also for having a guitar that looks like an Off Ya Tree pipe. MVP.