The dance megastars release yet another festival-shaking banger.

Major Lazer continue to reveal new music from their upcoming album “Peace Is The Mission“. The trio of Diplo, Jillionaire and Walshy Fire have released the official lyric video their indecipherable yet super catchy and upbeat new single “The Original” which features the frazzled and excitable vocals of Swedish artiste Elliphant.

SOURCE: Major Lazer Facebook
SOURCE: Major Lazer Facebook

Featuring Caribbean-influenced rhythms and distorted pitched synths in the drop, “Too Original” is the second track on Major Lazer’s forthcoming album, which will also include hit single “Lean On” featuring DJ Snake and MØ.

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Now if you have trouble deciphering the verses on the track, the dance megastar trio have took it upon themselves to release a handy lyric video with the animation used in their FXX cartoon.

Watch the video below and don’t be surprised if you find yourself grooving along to it. 😉

UPDATE (25th September, 7:17am):

Directed by Tim Erem, the official music video for Major Lazer’s “Too Original” is finally out and it’s as crazy as you might expect from Diplo, Walshy Fire, and Jillionaire.

The video takes place in a restaurant where a rowdy house party was thrown by a bunch of adults while jamming out to the sounds of “Too Original”. The 3 producers starred in it as kitchen staff as Diplo can be seen chopping off the head of a fish and dancing with Walshy Fire and Jillonaire on the cutting boards.

Check it out below:

“Too Original” is now available for purchase on iTunes and the collab-heavy album, “Peace Is The Mission” is slated for a release this June.

via MixMag

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