I'm just gonna go ahead and put this out there: Anyone who thinks to bring Sia and Britney Spears together on the same album is pretty much a genius. Giorgio Moroder, the 75-year-old "father of electronic dance music," will release an album this June that does just that. Entitled Déjà Vu, it will also feature collaborations with Kylie Minogue, Kelis, Charli XCX, Mikky Ekko, Foxes and Matthew Koma.
If you're thinking what we're thinking—so much dance-party potential—you're on the right track (so punny). On Thursday, Moroder released a teaser video called "Déjà Vu (Album Megamix)," and it's pretty much a four-minute-fifty-second explosion of dance.
The video features choreography by Megan and Caitlin Kinney and Ade Obayomi, set to a mashup of tracks from the upcoming album. These dancers do THE MOST. Hip hop, contemporary, disco, gymnastics—you can tell they've endured "So You Think You Can Dance" callbacks. Check it out:
BRB. Gonna go incorporate that lift at 1:50 into my next routine.