Karmin want it all, and they're busting out tons of '70s-throwback goodness to get it.
Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan -- the musical duo and adorbs IRL couple otherwise known as Karmin -- are back. And this time, they're heading to the multi-colored, illuminated dance floor.
Ever the pop chameleons, the YouTube sensations have coasted their way through as many styles as Gaga has wigs over the past few years, bringing tons of our faves to mind -- from the Rihanna-lite vocals of "Hello" to the Katy Perry crunch of "Brokenhearted."
With "I Want It All," the duo enlist some au courant synthesizers and Studio 54-friendly bells and whistles for some nasty disco revival, reminding us of last year's Pharrell-helmed dance-floor smashes like Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" and Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines."
It's a total jam. In fact, um, it's kind of unstoppably catchy. Sort of obsessed. That brass section! Those "da-da-da" melodies! Those flashing lights and the sheer glamour of it all! Karmin's latest single is serving some pure, unbridled disco fever.
Today, Amy and Nick dropped the song's accompanying lyric video, which shows sketchily animated versions of the two lacing up their skates and heading down to the rink for a little roller disco. Actually, it all kind of look like the concept sketches for a real music video, in a very a-ha sort of way. Could it be a preview of what's to come?
Either way, Karmin's pretty much killin' it with this one.
+ Watch Karmin's "I Want It All" lyric video.
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