Move over, “The Dreidel Song,” there’s a new Hanukkah anthem that’s sweeping the nation. On Dec. 19, The Late Late Show With James Corden introduced viewers to Boyz II Menorah — aka the supergroup of your ’90s holiday dreams. The boy band is made up some familiar famous faces: Corden, Charlie Puth, Josh Peck, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and Zach Braff. Together, they sing their way through “A Week and a Day,” with a line for each candle on the menorah. If their harmonies and clever lyrics aren’t enough to make you swoon, perhaps their dance number in matching all-white outfits will do the trick. I think Braff put it best when he said, “Girl, baruch atah I don’t know how you do it.” Give this group a Grammy already! Watch the funny parody music video above. And yes, you can download the track on iTunes.