It's the 'Call Me Maybe' de nos jours. It's Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky'.

Yes, the catchy feelgood hit of the year (probably) is spawning not just Twitter love, Spotify downloads and wonderful, geeky blog posts about the reasons for its greatness.

It's also leading to a raft of cover versions - both live, where we suspect it's quickly becoming the obligatory 'last-song-of-the-night, fun cover' number, and on YouTube. And understandably so - for the song is as appealing to musicians as it is to listeners.

From reggae bands to one-man-bands, here are our favourite 'Get Lucky' covers that we've found so far. If you've spotted any great ones we've missed, let us know in the comments below!

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  • George Barnett

    The young <a href="" target="_blank">English musician-slash-model</a> performs a very impressive one-man band version.

  • Postmen

    As performed on Dutch radio station Giel FM - <a href="!" target="_blank">a really rather sublime reggae version</a>.

  • Daughter

    English indie folk-band <a href="" target="_blank">Daughter</a> bring breathy vocals and moody, spacey instrumentals to Daft Punk's original.

  • Igor Presnyakov

    Be prepared to hear variations of this version by buskers in town centre shopping areas everywhere. Not that this does down Russian guitarist <a href="" target="_blank">Presnyakov</a>'s beautiful acoustic cover.

  • Noy Alooshe

    A wonderful mash-up with Jacko's classic Billie Jean by Israeli musician <a href="" target="_blank">Alooshe</a>.

  • Floating Point

    Disco too old for you? Try '80s-style <a href="" target="_blank">8-Bit</a>!

  • Gavin James

    Dublin singer-songwriter <a href="" target="_blank">James</a> gives 'Get Lucky' the gentle, finger-picking treatment.

  • Alan Partridge

    What the world was waiting for. Watch it endlessly on its dedicated website, <a href="" target="_hplink"></a>.