German dance outfit Cascada has given us some rather golden pop moments over their six year career. Who could forget the amazing 'Evacuate The Dancefloor', 'Everytime We Touch' or the rather cool 'Pyromania'? They've also provided a selection of cover versions over their tenure, including Savage Garden's 'Truly, Madly, Deeply' and Mark Wills'/Jo O'Meara's 'What Hurts The Most'.
For their new single, they've reached for some early '90s inspiration, covering the Corona classic 'The Rhythm Of The Night'.
It's all about a house party, a pool-side poser with the most eye-popping swimming costume we've seen all year, hints of fellatio, a wheelchair-bound disabled woman being tipped into a pool... It's all class.
'The Rhythm Of The Night' serves as the lead single from the band's forthcoming album, but we're not fans - of the clip, of the cover version - or even of the single art (above).