A Jack Daniel's commercial for its Tennes

see Honey whiskey features a king bee and a classic blues-rock song given a modern spin.

The song is 'I'm a King Bee,' first recorded in 1957 by Slim Harpo and covered over the years by Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, the Grateful Dead, and numerous other bands.

Though the version featured in the Jack Daniel's commercial sounds like the Black Keys, it was actually recorded last year by San Francisco band the Stone Foxes.

The ad shows a king bee towering over other insects, wearing an aviator helmet and specs as it flies from flower to flower. It breaks through a dead log and dives into a bottle of Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey whiskey, a new product introduced in 2011 as a sweeter alternative to the traditional Jack liquor.

The Stone Foxes formed in 2005 and have opened for the Black Keys and Cage the Elephant. Their most recent album was their 2010 sophomore effort 'Bears & Bulls.'

Watch Stone Foxes' 'I'm a King Bee' in the Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey King Bee Commercial