It can’t be said for certain, but there’s probably an obscure law out there that says that you can’t start festival season unless you’ve got a quirky big room house anthem with a whacky message about getting drunk or partying. Right on cue, we bring you the aptly named Intoxicated by French producer Martin Solveig (pictured) and Miami-based duo GTA.
With a name like Intoxicated, it’s clear that subtlety isn’t the song’s strong point. There’s a synth hook that you and your friends can chant along to, some vocals about being in love–which we totally believe–and a big drop where CO2 cannons will go off and confetti will fire into your face if you’ve managed to fight your way down to a spot in the front at Ultra. Even if you aren’t making it to a festival this year, you’re still bound to hear this one pretty much everywhere you go in the coming months.
There’s even an unusual music video to go along with it, complete with obligatory dance moves that you and your friends can try to copy–and don’t lie, you’ll all be trying it. Intoxicated is out now on Beatport via Spinnin’ Deep, and will be staggering into all other stores on Feb. 2.