It’s hard to escape the influence of Bonnie Tyler’s 1983 melancholic power ballad “Total Eclipse Of The Heart.” Even before the recent surge in popularity, its impact was hard to deny. The song (and its video) has been covered and parodied by dozens of artists, with even Warby Parker getting in on the action. Adding its flavor to the mix of covers are London rockers The Big Moon, whose moody cover is one for the ages.

The Big Moon’s debut album, Love In The 4th Dimension, is out now. Watch our interview with the four-piece below.

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