Chattanooga-based musician and producer Nick Lutsko has released a collaboration with Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino for entertainment website Super Deluxe.

The song and music video features selected clips from “Seinfeld,” specifically the Elaine Benes character played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Cosentino performs the lead vocals on the track and Lutsko wrote and produced the song for the website.

An overview of Elaine’s most hilarious comments on her relationships, “Jerry (Maybe We Should Get Married)” is both hilarious and infectiously catchy.

Since it was released on Monday, national music websites have written already about the song, including Pitchfork, Consequence of Sound and Paste. 

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Consequence of Sound said that “Cosentino’s vocals, as heavenly as ever, barrel through lyrics mashed together from any number of Elaine staples, from memorable quotes (“I hate men but I’m not a lesbian!”) to persevering catchphrases (“yada-yada,” “spongeworthy”). It flows together better than it has any right to, elevating the song far beyond parody.”

Watch below:

Lutsko’s work has resulted in several Super Deluxe videos, many of which were viewed millions of times each. His “Emo Trump” and “Jones Iver” songs were both nominated for Webby Awards this year.

Watch Lutsko perform “Jones Iver” here. 

Lutsko was the winner of the 2016 Road to Nightfall competition. Along with his band, a mix of life-size puppet people, he performs original songs that are playful and have melodies you’ll be humming for days.

His latest solo effort is “Grinning Like a Barracuda.” The single is the first Lutsko has released since his 2015 album “Etc.”

Watch the video below:

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