The second season of Fargo has featured indie rock contributions from Jeff Tweedy, White Denim, Blitzen Trapper and Shakey Graves. Now Spoon's Brit Daniel covers Credence Clearwater Revival's "Run Through The Jungle" for the FX original series.

As Stereogum notes, this week's episode featured the CCR cover, which is surely another of the show's many nods to the Coen Brothers, who directed the 1996 movie Fargo. "Run Through The Jungle" is used in the Coen Brothers' cult classic The Big Lebowski when The Dude (Jeff Bridges) and Walter Sobchak (John Goodman) approach the wooden bridge to hand off the suitcase of money.

Like many of the covers used this season, the performances deviate pretty well from the original version. Where CCR's song is full with multiple guitars plucking at once, Daniel's is a stripped-down version with just him and a guitar. His voice is brilliantly gruffy and strained -- like it is in the best Spoon songs -- as he strums his acoustic guitar at a frantic pace, as if actually running through the jungle.

Listen to the cover below.

Other Coen Brothers references during the season have included a cover of the traditional folk song "A Man of Constant Sorrow" performed by Blitzen Trapper, which was famously used in O Brother, Where Art ThouMickey Newbury's "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)" performed by White Denim and made famous by the Big Lebowski; and José Feliciano's "Let's Find Each Other Tonight" performed by Wilco's Jeff Tweedy, which was used in the film Fargo.

Fargo airs on FX, Mondays at 10 p.m. EST.