Tame Impala and Diana Ross revived the disco decadence of the 1970s with their new collaboration, “Turn Up The Sunshine”. The single will appear on the upcoming Minions: The Rise of Gru soundtrack out on July 1st via Decca Records.

The unlikely pairing of the disco darling and the prince of modern psych Kevin Parker blends both of their talents for a uniquely original product that sounds so vaguely familiar. Tame Impala’s underwater instrumentation bubbles to the surface as Ross implores listeners to “Turn Up The Sunshine” on the irresistibly danceable track written by Parker, soundtrack producer Jack Antonoff (Bleachers), Sam Dew, and Patrik Berger.

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The all-star original collaboration is just a symptom of the outlandishly loaded soundtrack for the sequel to the Discpicle Me spin-off. H.E.R., Thundercat, Phoebe Bridgers, Gary Clark Jr., BROCKHAMPTONRZA, St. Vincent, Antonoff’s band Bleachers, and many more pay tribute to the hits of yesteryear with covers of Sly and The Family StoneSteve Miller Band, Kool & The Gang, and more. The Minions: The Rise of Gru soundtrack also features Brittany Howard covering Earth, Wind & Fire‘s “Shining Star” with the band’s own Verdine White.

“Recording sessions for these were some of the most special and bizarre,” Antonoff wrote on Instagram announcing the record, promising “stories one day.”

Listen to the new Tame Impala and Diana Ross collaboration “Turn Up The Sunshine”. The Minions: The Rise of Gru soundtrack is available here for pre-order on a variety of formats.

Tame Impala, Diana Ross – “Turn Up The Sunshine”