Let the movement be the rhythm tonight.


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?



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.


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