Recently on Triple J radio, Mark Ronson appeared as a guest for their Like a Version series alongside Australia's entire psych scene (according to the band's frontman), Tame Impala's Kevin Parker and Kirin J. Callinan, as well as some other musicians. The group performed a cover of one of 2013's best songs, Queens of the Stone Age's "I Sat by the Ocean," from their latest studio album, Like Clockwork... You can watch them absolutely shred the cover in the video above.

Andrew Wyatt of Miike Snow was also part of the collaboration, providing passionate vocals for the track; Josh Homme must be beaming with pride. Afterward, the group -- minus Wyatt -- also performed "Daffodils," which is a Kevin Parker-featured track that appears on Ronson's latest album, Uptown Special. You can watch a clip of that performance below:

Check out our review of Tame Impala's new album, Currents, which is out now via Interscope Records.

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