DNCE usually gives fans plenty of notice when there’s something new coming. Even the band’s new collection for K-Swiss came with a teaser. The same can’t be said for the band’s latest video, though. Following up on the ambitious “Kissing Strangers” visual featuring Nicki Minaj, DNCE dropped a video for the track “Good Day” off of its self-titled album. Well, half a video anyway.
The song is listed at over three and half minutes on Spotify, but only a minute and 21 seconds made into the stop-motion animated video. The project follows a doll version of Joe Jonas as he wakes up and grabs a six-pack to meet up with JinJoo Lee, Jack Lawless and his bestie Cole Whittle. The quartet of dolls, complete with accurate if out-of-date haircuts, ends up having a cookout after suffering through some bad weather.
The abbreviated music video hasn’t been getting much hype from the group, though. Ahead of the video’s Monday drop, the only hint that it was coming was a cryptic tweet from JinJoo. “Today is gonna be a…” she tweeted, practically begging fans to complete the lyric. Other than that, any promotion for the video has been conspicuously absent.
Check out the minute and a half of video for “Good Day” below and see JinJoo’s tweet.
(Photo credit: DNCE VEVO YouTube account)