This song has a choppy, catchy beat with some choppy, catchy, oh-the-hell-with-it lyrics.
Right now, it's used on a Shoe Dazzle commercial, and last week (March, 2013) the duo performed this song on an episode of 'Dancing With The Stars'.
"People are putting their hands in the air, and they're singing to someone; you can feel it." Icona Pop will look to build on all that momentum with the release of a full-length album later this summer through Big Beat/Altantic, one that they say will show off different sides of their personalities ... "It's coming out in the end of the summer, and we just went to LA to do the final mixing, and now it's done, it's finite, and it's on its way to mastering," Jawo said.
"There's a lot of heartache [on the album], a lot of love drama, but still friendship, happiness.
Eager to work together, they decided to start writing and figured their musical direction would eventually come to them just as naturally as friendship had.
They finished writing their first song exactly one day later.
The world has really had no choice but to get to know them this week, and they wouldn't want it any other way.
Since the album's release on Tuesday, the ladies have brought those sassy euphoric chants and their skyscraper dancing heels on over to both , and also wrapped their headlining North American tour at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on Wednesday evening.
something the Swedish duo have witnessed every time they take the stage here in the states.
"It's a song with a lot of emotions, and when we play it live, it's so cool," Hjelt said.
And when that song came along, we just felt it, and we wanted people to feel our anger," Jawo explained. we just wanted to get the song out and get the pigs to hear it.