Though most of the nation’s dancefloors are closed, Sydney’s Chase Zera takes you there with her discotastic new single ‘Supernova’.
Released on Friday, the ’70s-influenced dance stormer begs you to turn up the volume to twelve and do some serious rug-cutting.
‘Supernova’ is three and a half minutes of pure disco joy, clearly inspired by the era of Donna Summer’s classic ‘I Feel Love’ and Blondie’s ‘Atomic’.
“‘Supernova’ is about those really hard-hitting moments in life where you feel completely and utterly happy, even if just for a moment,” Chase explains.
“Your favourite song coming on at a festival, falling in love, watching a pretty sunset, not wanting to leave a dancefloor, performing on stage (for me). It feels explosive and dynamic and I wanted to make a song that brings those feelings to life as accurately as possible.
“‘Supernova’ is the sonic representation of just letting go and living for those moments. It’s a song for people to escape to.”
The song also comes complete with a colourful, energetic music video, packed with carefree dance moves and plenty of glitter. Light it up!