David Guetta has given a modern rework to Felix da Housecat and Miss Kittin’s 2001 classic ‘Silver Screen (Shower Scene)’.

The track was first teased during David Guetta’s NYE live-streamed DJ set from the Louvre in Abu Dhabi.

The video arrives as part of Smiley’s ‘Take the Time to Smile’ campaign, and pays homage to the brand’s heritage as a subversive icon of the electronic dance and rave musical movements.

Aiming to spread some positivity, the visuals are emblazoned with Smiley’s world-renowned iconography of optimism and the anniversary’s global street art manifesto campaign by graffiti-maestro André Saraiva, who makes a cameo in the video alongside an appearance by instagrammer @DudewithSign.

David Guetta comments,

“The Smiley is an iconic symbol for spreading positivity, so when I was asked to be involved with 50th year celebrations for ‘Take the Time to Smile’, I gladly accepted. The Smiley message is about happiness and bringing people together, and that’s always been my way of thinking and the message I have tried to share in my music.

The video for my ‘Silver Screen’ rework with Felix Da Housecat and KITTIN’ captures this perfectly. The upbeat track combined with artwork from graffiti-maestro André Saraiva and appearances from Dude with a sign results in a video that I hope will make people smile.”

Join the street art manifesto of positivity and download your Take the Time to Smile posters here.

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