Next month, the Italo-disco genius Giorgio Moroder will release Déjà Vu, his first album in many years, and he’s found an innovative way to tell us how the album will sound. In a new five-minute video, we hear short clips of every track on the album, set to an effects-heavy video of a couple dancing. It’s not an earthshaking music video or anything, but it’s enough to keep your attention while you absorb the music. And that music sounds good, like top-shelf cheesed-out dance-pop. We’ve posted a fe of the songs that will be on the album: “Right Here, Right Now” with Kylie Minogue, the title track with Sia, “Diamonds” with Charli XCX, and the cover of Suzanne Vega’s “Tom’s Diner” with Britney Spears. The album also has tracks with people like Kelis, Mikky Ekko, and Foxes. Check out the video below.
Déjà Vu is out 6/12.