By Eric Renner Brown
October 21, 2014 at 04:12 PM EDT
David Edwards

On Feb. 3, indie-pop trio All We Are will put out their self-titled debut album. Last month, the band dropped the record’s first single, “I Wear You,” a funky cut that sounds equally inspired by Eno-era Talking Heads and 90s R&B, and now, they’ve released a cover of “Can’t Do Without You,” a track off the Caribou album that came out earlier this month.

Where Caribou’s woozy original sounds loaded up on NyQuil and Vicodin, All We Are’s approach moves a bit more, and their expanded guitars and drums bring to mind some of Passion Pit’s best work.

The track won’t appear on the upcoming album, but it’s still a lot of fun. Listen below.

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