Tuxedo have made it their mission to keep us dancing to their funky music and we're not mad at all. Back in March, the duo partnered with legendary '80s funk band Zapp for their latest track "Shy" and now we have the visuals. The single already had some major dance party vibes, so it's no surprise that the video follows suit. To drive home the nostalgia of it all, the video takes place in a roller rink and we wouldn't have it any other way.
The Jason Lester-directed clip transports us to a roller skating party, complete with beautiful women in sequined shorts and Tuxedo and Zapp all decked out in white tuxedos, of course. The visuals follow the roller girls as they perform synchronized moves to the groove while the fellas keep it clean on stage. Mayer Hawthorne's two-step is unmatched, as the groups give us their best moves during the four-minute video that has us wondering if our invitation got lost in the mail. The video ends with one of the girls rolling off into the sunrise as the beat goes on and Tuxedo captures our hearts and our playlists yet again.
You can still cop Tuxedo II on Stones Throw, Amazon and iTunes and get "Shy" on iTunes to keep the party going. Watch the video for "Shy" right here and let us know if you want to roll with Tuxedo and Zapp to their next function.