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[photo: Chromatics/Flickr Creative Commons]

The Chromatics have covered a classic Hole song for a new Netflix horror movie, and it’s giving us chills.

The electronic group covered “Petals” for the film The Perfection, which is pretty much perfection to us.

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The song is shortened for the movie, and that only makes us wish there was more of it to jam out to. You can listen to both the cover and the original below.

The Perfection just hit the streaming service on Friday and it seems as though it’s done a good job at horrifying audiences already. It follows a musical prodigy, played by Alison Williams, who seeks help from a star pupil, played by Logan Browning. However, their encounter causes some sinister stuff to happen that puts them in a pretty terrifying spot.

The film is directed by Richard Shepard and currently has an 84 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

You can see a trailer for The Perfection below.

More Hole news

Hole just had another song featured in a major film — Captain Marvel’s soundtrack included “Celebrity Skin” by the band. The ‘90s songs featured on the soundtrack saw an increase in total downloads due to the exposure.

All of the songs on the soundtrack combined jumped 464 percent in downloads from March 7 and March 10, according to a report by Nielsen Music. There are a total of 13 songs in the film.

We knew the flick would have a ton of ‘90s vibes given that it is set in the decade, but the soundtrack is truly a treat. You can check out the full track listing below.

  1. “Crazy on You” — Heart
  2. “Kiss Me Deadly” — Lita Ford
  3. “Whatta Man” — Salt-N-Pepa
  4. “Connection” — Elastica
  5. “Only Happy When It Rains” – Garbage
  6. “Crush With Eyeliner” — R.E.M.
  7. “Waterfalls” — TLC
  8. “You Gotta Be” — Des’ree
  9. “Come as You Are” — Nirvana
  10. “Just a Girl” — No Doubt
  11. “Man on the Moon” — R.E.M.
  12. “Please Mr. Postman”  — The Marvelettes
  13. “Celebrity Skin” — Hole

You can also listen to “Celebrity Skin” below.

What do you think of the Hole cover? Sound off in the comments below!

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