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Galantis 'Peanut Butter Jelly' Video: Strangers Strip, Dance in Supermarket [WATCH]

by Ryan Middleton   Jul 27, 2015 17:38 PM EDT

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Galantis has released the music video for its funky track "Peanut Butter Jelly." Taken from their debut artist Pharmacy, Galantis takes you to a supermarket, "Galantis Pharms," where people are infected with the groove and have no choice but to strip and dance. Things start to get a little out of hand towards the end as people start getting physical, odd for a supermarket, but "Peanut Butter Jelly" is just too infectious.

What seems to be even more impressive is that the seemingly complete strangers line up to do some choreographed dance moves with surprising dexterity. Beware this is slightly NSFW and as a precautionary tale, there are some things you just can't unsee. Money is shot from the cash register as more clothes start to come off and the Seafox makes an appearance, through a stuffed version of her head used as a piñata.

"Peanut Butter Jelly" asks you to visualize and apparently, this is how they see the funk. Don't mind the rather obvious product placement for Fiat at the beginning and end. It is also funny that the pair rolls up to the supermarket playing their own song "Runaway (U & I)." Watch the video below.

"Peanut Butter Jelly" was the final single taken from Galantis' debut album Pharmacy released in June. The duo has been touring this summer in support of the album, hitting festivals and venues all over the world. That trend will continue this weekend with a slot on August 2 at Lollapalooza before heading to Squamish Valley Music Festival and Way Out West the next two weeks. They are also on the bill for Electric Zoo and Nocturnal Wonderland during Labor Day Weekend.

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