Doug Fieger, the frontman of late-’70s power pop band The Knack, died Sunday, Feb. 14 at age 57. Happy fucking Valentine’s Day. Fieger had been battling cancer for years and died in his home, reported the L.A. Times.

“We’re really going to miss Doug,” said Boyd Zimmerman, lead singer of The Knick Knacks, a The Knack tribute band. “He really inspired us to, you know, play his songs.  Sometimes for money.”

The Knack is best known for the hit “My Sharona,” which sat in the No. 1 spot for six weeks in 1979 until people realized that it wasn’t disco.