When they announced their upcoming album White Women would be "Better, Funkier, Poppier, Catchier, Happier," we never - ever - thought they meant something like this.

'Jealous (I Ain't With It)' is as bubblegummy as Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream' and although Chromeo denied similarities with Perry's pre-teen hymn (pun unintended), the duo eventually agreed to the uncanny atmosphere but highlighted the song's true meaning.

The '80s funk track is actually about how men should embrace their insecurities: "Guys are all schmucks, let’s face it," lead vocalist Dave 1 told BuzzFeed. "I don't know why music constantly extols this fictitious macho fantasy persona - we're all just puny insecure oversize children. And it would be funnier to embrace it."

White Women drops on May 12th via Atlantic Records.

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