A new clip by Zebda, for the track Les Petits Pas, a number with a retro funk flavour that's right up to date.
The band have been working with Yarol Poupaud, of French funk fiends FFF. He's also an experienced producer and has worked with a huge number of French acts, including recently working with Johnny Hallyday as lead guitarist and musical director for his Born Rocker and Jamais Seul tours.
Zebda's comeback two years ago with their album Second tour exceeded most people's expectations, reaching the top three in France.
The band had taken a pause for almost a decade before its release, having been founded in the 80s and enjoying huge success in the 1990s, particularly with their 1998 Essence Ordinaire album.
The band have never shied away from being politically engaged, their last album including the song Une vie de moins which had a video that led to a row in its depiction of the Israel/Palestine conflict.
But Zebda don't let politics get in the way of a great tune, and in a France currently facing more than its share of political tensions, some music that can help bridge divides is more than welcome.
The new track comes ahead of an album to be entitled Comme des Cherokees, which is expected out in August 25.
But before that they've got a number of live dates including festivals aroudn France and elsewhere.