John Kongos was a bit hitmaking musician in the early 1970s, best known for his hits "He's Gonna Step On You Again" and "Tokoloshe Man" (both covered by the Happy Mondays)
Kongos had four sons who went on to form their own hitmaking band, KONGOS. They made their own label - Tokoloshe Records - to release their music. Part of the result of that was this song - which you might have heard if you paid attention to big action movies or the WWE - because it became a big hit and directly resulted in their major label record deal.
It's a rare rock song not starring Weird Al that features a lead accordion so prominently - and yet this one does, giving the song a bit of a folksy feel without being folk music. All four brothers sing and harmonize well... which is something they got from their father.
Also, check out the musically synchronized lipstick (and blowdried hair).
KONGOS is still around and still touring and releasing music. Here's a taste of them performing in Toronto in 2019.