Chanel’s ‘Les Vernis Couleurs Culte’ commercial promotes five striking new shades of nail polish. What’s the song in this colorful 30-second clip?

The catchy track is ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’ by electro-rock vets New Order, and it’s from their fourth studio album, ‘Brotherhood.’ A remixed version appeared briefly on the Billboard Hot 100 chart back in 1995, and the tune later made the cut on Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Songs of All Time,” landing at No. 204. Click here to watch the band’s live performance of the tune on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ last month.

‘Bizarre Love Triangle’ was also featured on the soundtrack of 1988’s ‘Married to the Mob,’ as well as the 2011 film ‘What’s Your Number?’ A wide variety of artists have covered the song, including Manitu, Sita, Rookie of the Year, Frente!, Nada Surf and the Killers’ Brandon Flowers.

New Order have several shows lined up in the U.K., France and Russia this summer, and after that, they plan to go on tour in North America. The trek includes appearances at Lollapalooza and Canada’s Osheaga fest — visit their official site and Facebook page for more info.

Hear New Order’s ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’ in the Chanel 2013 Commercial