UPDATE // JANUARY 12:
The single version of "Move Your Body," which gets an energetic reworking from 19-year-old Norwegian DJ/producer Alan Walker, received a wild lyric video out today.
In it, a little girl, donning a face mask and Sia's signature wig, throws a dance heavy temper tantrum at a photo studio circa 1980-something and refuses to get her picture taken. Why go through all the trouble of hiding your identity only for it to be captured on film, right?
EARLIER // JANUARY 6:
Let the movement be the rhythm tonight.
The elusive singer recently released "The Greatest" off her re-released album This Is Acting, but segued into several one-off projects in the last few months.
She teamed up with Queen Latifah and Miguel for a song titled "Satisfied" off the Hamilton mixtape, reunited with frequent collaborator Greg Kurstin on the anthemic song "Never Give Up" off the soundtrack to the Australian-American-British film Lion and shared a tender ballad titled "Angel By The Wings" from the upcoming documentary film The Eagle Huntress, but she's taking the focus back onto her No. 1 charting record.
On Friday, Sia will put forth a "single mix" version of "Move Your Body" (it's already available in select countries), a fan-favorite track co-written and produced with Kurstin. It follows the Alan Walker remix she dropped in October.