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Now, the bop has debuted at the Perth Music Festival Wine Machine over the weekend.
The tune features a mashup of a Covid-related press conference held by Andrews around Easter time, with the Premier's original comments being spliced into him encouraging listeners to 'get on the beers'.
"That's what's most important - the beers," Andrews is heard saying over a dance track.
"As best we can tell, the dinner party started with one case of beers...as far as we can tell, everyone at the dinner party had a case of the beers.
"Get on the beers... that's your civic duty... that's what's most important and that's what must be done," the track continues, until the beat drops with one final: "Beers".
While many loved the remix, with one Twitter user even dubbing Daniel Andrews 'our new dance floor hero', many Victorians weren't impressed upon seeing a packed crowd partying to the mash-up at the Swan Valley event.
One person said: "Residents of other states really have no clue what Melbourne's been through, hey?"
Another Melburnian echoed her sentiment, adding: "Are they teasing us? That they can get on the beers and we can't? Fark. That actually really stings."
Due to their hard border closures, Western Australia was able to contain the spread of coronavirus and ease restrictions earlier than most states, with entertainment and sporting venues now being reopened at 50 percent capacity.
However, some Victorians are more forgiving, with one resident declaring: "Oh I cannot wait for this to go off in Melbourne clubs."
Another added: "I will consider Covid officially over when I hear the Dan Andrews 'get on the beers' remix in a packed club. This is when I will be able to feel happiness again."
Thankfully, Melburnians are now set to see an easing of restrictions across the state, with Andrews announcing in his most recent presser that as of 11.59pm last night the controversial 5km radius rule would be replaced with a new 25km zone, along with the news that tennis clubs, outdoor pools, hairdressers and the real estate industry will be allowed to open.
The new guidelines will also allow up to 10 people to gather outdoors after just two new cases were recorded on Sunday with zero deaths.
The Victorian leader has been dubbed the 'new dance floor hero'.
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