In 1996, Sublime's late lead singer Bradley Nowell first sang: Summertime and the living's easy. And instantaneously, a whole new generation was introduced to the evocative lyric from George Gershwin's 1934 song "Summertime," a ballad that's been immortalized by many artists over the decades, including Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Janis Joplin.

And now, as part of the new documentary Sublime, which examines the ska trio's significant influence and long-lasting legacy, Lana Del Rey is crooning the evocative line in a cover of the band's 1996 single "Doin' Time," a loose riff on the original jazz standard. "Not a day goes by that I don’t listen to at least one Sublime song," Del Rey said in a statement. "They epitomized the SoCal vibe and made a genre and sound totally their own." And just as she puts a sultry spin on the spurned lover's anthem, Del Rey is embodying their Californian free-spiritedness with a new thick tumble of curls for the single's cover art.

While Del Rey is by all means a beauty chameleon, more often than not her look is anchored by immaculately-coiffed S-waves, not a hair out of place. But with Sublime's laid-back disposition infiltrating her imagination, and the humidity-laden days of summer just around the bend, it's a fitting time for Del Rey to eschew her careful hair routine and let her mane run wild—albeit with the aid of a curling iron and a surplus of hairspray. Because in Del Rey's world, even a pared back look calls for a little glamour.