"Teenage Dirtbag," undoubtedly one of the finest songs ever written, has been given a welcomed 2019 signal boost by way of a goddamn incredible SZA cover.

Indeed, the classic 2000 Wheatus song—which has previously been covered by Phoebe Bridgers, All Time Low, and others—was tucked into SZA's set at the Splendour in the Grass festival in Australia over the weekend.

See fan-captured footage of this glorious moment below, preferably while keeping in mind that a song released in 2000 does not in any way qualify as a '90s song, despite the unfortunate fact that some continue to mischaracterize the era from which this classic stems for unknown reasons.

The original Wheatus song, as singer/writer Brendan B. Brown explained in a Guardian piece back in May, is fictional "but has a bit of scenery" from childhood.

"The boyfriend character was based on a nameless conglomeration of the many douchebag bullies who wanted to show you their father's gun," he said, referencing one of the most memorable passages from the song's lyrics. "And I sang both the male and female parts because, when I was getting beat up, a lot of bullies were homophobic. I wanted to irritate them by putting on a female voice."