WATCH: Strumbellas Get Folks Dancing In 'Salvation' Video

The Strumbellas are kicking off 2019 with the release this week of the video for “Salvation.”

The Canadian folk/pop rockers gave families 30 minutes to come up with a dance routine for the song.

Shot in a bowling alley, the clip sees the six-member band perform the track in the middle of the lanes amidst people showing off their fancy footwork.

“Our whole dream has been to make cool, small-town music with just a fun, poppy feeling,” lead singer/guitarist Simon Ward said, in a release. “Every record we do, we get closer to that. 'Salvation' is exactly what we wanted to do, what we were hoping to get out of this song and record: fun, poppy songs that are sad and weird.”

"Salvation" was co-produced by Brian Phillips and Tim Pagnotta, and serves as a taste of the band's upcoming fourth album. The collection is set to drop later this year and the band will tour in support of it.

Watch “Salvation” below:

Original article by James Dinh at iHeartRadio