The Strumbellas Break Out D.I.Y. Choreography for "Salvation" Video

The Strumbellas Break Out D.I.Y. Choreography for 'Salvation' Video
The Strumbellas' recently gave us their new single "Salvation," and the Canadian folk-pop group are now doubling down and giving the song its very own video. But the band aren't doing it alone.

Directed by the Young Astronauts, the video comes from the mind of Strumbellas lead singer/guitarist Simon Ward, who wanted to bring families together through dance. As you'll witness, each family choreographed their own dance — and in a bowling alley for whatever reason.

"Let's call a spade a spade here, everyone secretly wants to be a dancer, so we wanted to make a music video where people got the chance to be just that!" said Ward in a statement. "We honestly just thought it would be fun to tell the story of different kinds of families being given 30 minutes to come up with a dance routine to our new single. Did anyone out dance us? You be the judge!"

You can watch the video to "Salvation" down below.

As previously reported, the Strumbellas are currently in the studio working on their fourth album, which is expected out via the band's own imprint Underneath a Mountain Records in conjunction with eOne.