It's been more than 25 years since smash hit Accidently Kelly Street (sic) turned Aussie indie-pop act Frente into stars.
Although vocalist Angie Hart's relationship with the song has wavered throughout the years, and the group enjoyed other successes, she said the track had an enduring quality.
"It's still a great song," she said.
"I think it was just a really joyous song, and it's got quite a nursery rhyme feel to it, which is always a popular thing in a song.
"I think its simplicity is the winner."
The band has since split and reformed, while Hart has continued to pursue music, both as a solo performer and in band projects.
"After Frente had our very long hiatus, I spent a lot of time in L.A. and did music there," she said.
"It depends on what circles you're moving in, but I've been doing lots of gigs and have a good crowd.
"But you'll go and play somewhere - like I haven't been to Wollongong for a long time - and people will be surprised to hear from me," she laughed.
The Frente duo of Hart and guitarist Simon Austin will headline this year's Viva la Gong festival.
There will be dancing, music, food, creative arts, circus and more at the 2019 festival in Wollongong's MacCabe Park on Saturday.
"It's (outdoor festivals) one of our favourite formats," Hart said.
"It's a lovely way to play, especially during the day when the sun's out.
"And we do like playing to all ages. It's such a lovely thing to do, when you see families all out having a picnic, and little kids will get up and dance."
As part of the 20th Viva la Gong, there will be six stages and hundreds of performers from 11am on Saturday. Frente performs about 3pm.
The family can join in the creative activities from various associations such as Nan Tien Temple, Big Fat Smile and the Illawarra Potters Society.
The main stage will be MC-ed by Illawarra musician Bec Sandridge, and also feature music from award-winning singer/songwriter Alice Skye and performances from Dear Violet, You Therefore Me, Bollywood Exclusive Dance School and Footloose Rockers.
For children there is also an Art Play Zone with puppets, a bear hunt and more.
This year's festival will also feature plenty of circus to see and take part in.
The full program is available on Wollongong City Council's website.