By Devan Coggan
Updated March 20, 2016 at 09:49 PM EDT

Sia’s latest single will soon be getting a music video.

The singer took to Twitter on Sunday to share a clip from the video for her song “Cheap Thrills” and announce that the full music video will drop Monday on Vevo.

“Cheap Thrills” is the second single off Sia’s latest album This Is Acting, and she released a remix featuring Sean Paul in February. She first performed the song on The Tonight Show in January, and judging by the clip she shared on Sunday, the upcoming video bears a resemblance to her Tonight Show performance, with three dancers performing while Sia sang in an enormous bow-shaped, face-obscuring wig.

“It’s like her take on an Ace of Base song,” collaborator Greg Kurstin told EW about “Cheap Thrills” earlier this year. “On this album, I think anything is game, which is very liberating, just knowing that anything could work. There’s a lot of songs on here that we maybe would not have put on the last album.”