Lettuce is encouraging their fans to shine the light on that disco ball and hit the dance floor with their groovy new single shared on Wednesday entitled, “House of Lett”.

The disco-inspired instrumental track from the funk-rock outfit now follows “NDUGU” and “Checker Wrecker” as the third single which is set to appear on Lettuce’s forthcoming studio albumResonate, set to arrive next month on May 8th via Round Hill Records.

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The band wastes no time in diving right with a hip-shaking rhythm alongside an ultra-smooth bass groove courtesy of Erick “Jesus” Coomes. “House of Lett” is also fueled by the futuristic notation heard blasting out of Nigel Hall‘s keyboards while horn members Ryan Zoidis and Eric Bloom slide in and out with their delay-infused horn lines.

“We did this song in honor of all the ravers, dancers, DJs, partygoing-sandy-feet-dancing-desert-dwellers, house loving people of all ethnicities, walks of life and ages,” the band added in a statement to go with the arrival of “House of Lett” on Wednesday. “And mainly, mainly, mainly for the LOVE.”

Get up on your feet and dance those quarantine blues away with the latest single from Lettuce below.

Lettuce – “House of Lett”

[Video: Lettuce]

Head to the band’s website for album pre-order information.