Internet champion of the quarantine era Nandi Bushell graced audiences with a new video over the weekend featuring her cover of Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ “Under The Bridge”. In the video, the 10-year-old multi-instrumentalist uses looping technology to play every role on the iconic 1991 single.

Beginning with the song’s trademark opening guitar riff—as originally delivered by John Frusciante—on an effects-laden Fender Stratocaster, she then moves into the song’s foundational guitar chords. Using a Boss 505 looping station, she puts the riff on repeat as she equips herself with a Fender Mustang bass. Brick by brick, she pieces together the song’s structure until it is time for the lyrics.

Possibly the hardest part of the song to cover, Bushell is able to channel frontman Anthony Kiedis‘ vocals into something authentic, rather than just a cheap imitation. Though the song’s lyrics depict a clinical despondency and dependency, the nubile voice of a child is still able to convey these feelings at their most basic level.

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Evidently, Bushell’s quarter-million YouTube subscribers were far from the only ones who approved of the cover. Shortly after the budding musician posted the cover on Twitter, RHCP bassist Flea responded by retweeting the video and adding, “always love to Nandi!” This is merely the latest in a long series of musicians who have approved of Buhsell’s covers of their songs, including Tom MorelloDave Grohl, and more.

Watch Nandi Bushell play every instrument on Red Hot Chili Pepper’s “Under The Bridge”.

Nandi Bushell – “Under The Bridge” (Red Hot Chili Peppers)

[Video: Nandi Bushell]