Earlier this year, Chairlift—the New York-based weirdo indie pop duo from Caroline Polachek and Patrick Wimberly—put out what might be their best album to date. Moth is the band's third LP, and not only its most experimental but also the most Chairlift, with a sound they're comfortable totally owning as their own. Between this album and their previous, Polachek got to work with Beyoncé (yeah, NBD), a dream collab for any musician, on one of the songs off her surprise self-titled record ("No Angel"). That experience seems to have given her a strand of invincibility, or the shot of confidence to truly break into their own skin. Whatever it may be, every song on Moth is a banger.

Last fall, Chairlift released their first Moth single, "Ch-Ching," an addictive, handclap-heavy dance number. Just in time for summer, "Ch-Ching" got a turn-up makeover with a new remix featuring D.R.A.M. and Jimi Tents. Trust us, it works, and it deserves to be played on all rooftop parties this season. D.R.A.M. and Jimi trade off verses between Polachek's, highlighting the incredible hook on the cryptic combination she sings in the chorus ("27-99-23"). Press play above and then keep it on repeat.