Foo Fighters released 'Everlong' in 1997 -- the same year the oldest member of Hawaii's Chaotic Five was born.

The band -- which actually features four members now, not the original "chaotic" five -- have posted their cover of the classic from Foo Fighters' self-titled debut, which Chaotic Five played for the first time in public at a motorcycle rally at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu late last month. Check out the video above.

Chaotic Five formed (with a slightly different lineup) in 2011 and features a frontwoman and keyboardist who are 13, a 16-year-old bassist and a 10-year-old drummer. They played their first show in 2011 and although they perform mostly covers, they also have a few originals online.

Watch Chaotic Five cover Rage Against the Machine's 'Killing In the Name':