An “In The Air Tonight” reaction video is going viral and sparking a renewed wave of Phil Collins appreciation.

Tim and Fred Williams, two teenagers from Gary, IN, have made names for themselves on their TwinsthenewTrend YouTube channel with their reactions to hearing various classic songs for the first time. While their videos have racked up millions of views and garnered them just under 200,000 subscribers, it is their recent reaction video for Phil Collins’ “In The Air Tonight” that has their names ringing out across social media.

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While the song was released nearly 40 years ago, long before the twins were born, it has maintained a level of cult appreciation to this day for its quotable lyrics and karaoke exploits, its dreamy story and sonics and, of course, its iconic Collins drum fill two-thirds of the way through.

The open-minded young music scholars’ reaction to that particular drum breakdown is a big part of what’s made this clip go viral. While they calmly vibed with the song up until that point, both brothers totally lost it when the drums finally kicked in. They even paused the playback to give themselves time to let it sink in.

“He said, ‘I feel like y’all sleepin on me, let’s wake em up!” the first brother exclaimed. “I gotta download this to my phone, man,” added the second. “I ain’t never seen nobody drop a beat three minutes in the song.”

That proves it: No matter when or where you may have been born, Phil Collins’ “In The Air Tonight” is universal. Watch the teen brothers react to hearing it for the first time below:

First Time Hearing Phil Collins “In The Air Tonight” Reaction

With the clip making its rounds on the internet, many have chimed in to confirm their own love and appreciation for the song. You can check out a few reactions to these kids’ reaction below. You can also head to the TwinsthenewTrend YouTube channel to see their first-time reactions to songs like Prince‘s “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” guitar solo, Dolly Parton‘s “Jolene”, and more.