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Hear Icona Pop’s New Song ‘Someone Who Can Dance’

The duo debuted the song live at the Swedish Grammys alongside Zara Larsson and Elliphant

Swedish duo Icona Pop are keeping the dance party going.

After dropping the Emergency EP last summer, the “I Love It” singers just released the new track “Someone Who Can Dance,” which sounds like Yeezus-era Kanye West trying to produce a shameless pop song thanks to its distorted beat. (In reality, it was produced and co-written by Jarrad Rogers a.k.a. MSTR ROGERS.)

Icona Pop’s Aino Jawo and Caroline Hjelt debuted the song live on Wednesday at the Swedish Grammys, where they were joined by fellow Swedish pop stars Zara Larsson (“Lush Life”) and Elliphant (“Step Down”) for the performance. You can watch them hit the stage in the video above, and you can check out the studio version of “Someone Who Can Dance” on Spotify here.


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