This article originally appeared on Noisey UK.
Much to the delight of girls whose wardrobes are 50 percent pink velvet 50 percent fake leather (i.e. me), January 2017 will herald the type of gargantuan pop collaboration not seen since the truly halcyon days of Britney and Madonna's Me Against the Music (please join me in a moment of silence for that magnificent achievement). January 17 will see the release of "Crazy Crazy," a glitchy, video game-core cloud rave, which features the UK's own premier proponent of sparkly brat-pop, Charli XCX, alongside J-Pop's reigning monarch Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. I know. Take a deep breath, if you need to. The track is a single by Yasutaka Nakata of Capsule, who has enlisted the talents of the international Whitney and Mariah of weird, wonky electronic pop, and if the snippet that has been shared so far is anything to go by, it sounds like we're going to have a candy-coloured riot on our hands. Hear a preview of "Crazy Crazy" below: