By Dylan Kickham
May 20, 2016 at 06:51 PM EDT

Alicia Keys shares the spotlight in her new music video for “In Common.” The black-and-white video features various dancers freestyling contortionist body movements in front of a bare, grey backdrop, with only a few urban mainstays (a fire escape, a chain link fence, a fire hydrant) as props.

As the video progresses into the song’s bridge, the dancers form into couples who embrace each other, echoing the song’s loving sentiments. Afterwards, the video erupts into an all-out dance party.

“This video is about celebrating our individuality, and how in the brilliance of our uniqueness, the magic of it all is at the core, we are all the same,” Keys says in a statement. “We want the same things. We all want to experience love, the freedom to be our truest selves, to love whomever we want and to be accepted and celebrated for all of our nuances and so called imperfections that make us, us.”

The track is off her sixth studio album, expected out this summer, and is Keys’ first new release in four year. Following its release, Keys performed the song on Saturday Night Live.