In 1980, the Meat Puppets formed. They were indie rock darlings for a decade, attracting the attention of a lot of other musicians, but not really growing their audience. In the 1990s, they decided to give major label music a try.
And then Nirvana invited them to participate in their Unplugged performance and covered three of their songs in 1993.
Which led to this 1994 hit, the biggest of their career. And while the video hits all the 90's grunge cliches, the song itself doesn't. It's rich and deep and has great harmonized vocals.