Music evolves quickly. Sounds shift, artist’s attitudes and styles change. That reflects itself through the art they create that pushes genres forward year after year.

But every once in a while, an artist creates an absolute masterpiece. A song that, no matter what time or era it’s played in, it’s going to go up.

Phil Collins’ Feel it in the Air Tonight is absolutely one of those songs. It came out in 1980 and still slaps 40 years later.

As a young Black boy who grew up listening to Hip Hop with absolutely zero interest in soft rock, I can attest. When this joint comes on, whoever has the aux is required to cut it all the way up.

Don’t take my word for it, though. Fred and Tim Williams, two 21-year old twins who review music on YouTube, played it for the first time themselves. Their verdict? It slaps.

Nah, that’s so relatable. Every single thing about it. Everyone has been down that road with this song before. Just hearing Collins’ electronic voice on the track carries you through to the beat drop after three minutes and then your soul leaves your body and you look something like this.

Yup. Looks about right. This was HILARIOUS to watch just because we’ve literally all been there with this song before.

The internet absolutely loved them discovering this song.

OF COURSE all the old heads love it. People love to get in their “what you know about this one here, youngin?!?!” bag. It’s no shock that they’re elated to see them listening to Collins.

They have more of these things on their YouTube channel, too. They’ve done Jolene by Dolly Parton.

Hilarious. And also correct — Jolene definitely slaps.

So much fun to watch. Shoutout to them for building this platform and putting people on to new music.