Here’s the newest music video for Montreal electro-pop group Chromeo‘s song “Hot Mess”. It features the duo of P-Thugg (whose real name is Patrick Gemayel) and Dave 1 (whose real name is David Macklovitch, he’s also the older brother of DJ A-Trak) playing police officers who are forced to turn in their guns. The catch? They happen to work at an all-female police station, and before they can leave, things take a turn for the steamier.

“Hot Mess” is from the duo’s latest album, Business Casual, which was released this past September on Last Gang Records. If you’re a fan of dancing, talk boxes, radio stations that only play hits from the 80s, and/or Hall & Oates (and, if you aren’t fans of the latter, then why the hell not?), than I’d highly suggest you check them out.

Chromeo also recently reworked this song with La Roux‘s Elly Jackson contributing vocals, and it debuted on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show last week [via Nite Versions].


DOWNLOAD: Chromeo feat. Elly Jackson (La Roux) – “Hot Mess”