Brooklyn's Body Language has been getting plenty of mileage from its debut EP, Social Studies. Chock full with infectious dance floor grooves like "Falling Out" and "Holiday," the collection has been available since late 2010, with a deluxe edition that included several remixes released last October. It's surprising, then, that up until now Social Studies only produced one music video -- a fun, animated concoction for "Holiday." To correct that wrong, they've recently dropped a clip for the '80's-inspired synth-pop jam "You Can." In the clip, we see a couple and a few friends enjoy a posh estate. Unfortunately for the couple, it seems that a rift grows between them during their time there. Of course, being that Body Language is a part of the Brooklyn indie music scene, the video is interspersed with artsy scenes of faces being coated with white paint, close ups of peeling façades and, of course, the band jamming out. You can check out the clip for "You Can" below. Also, check out the single for "You Can," which features several dope remixes of the track.