You might get a workout just by watching David Beckham in the H&M ad for its new bodywear line. The commercial features the tattooed athlete sprinting through the neighborhood in only his underwear and has been paired with Foster the People’s ‘Don’t Stop (Color on the Walls).’

The tune is from the band’s studio debut, ‘Torches,’ which hit stores back in May 2011 via Columbia Records. Serving as the record’s fourth single, the track has also appeared in an ad for the Nissan Versa and an episode of the USA Network series ‘Suits.’

The group gained widespread recognition with their hit song ‘Pumped Up Kicks,’ which sparked some heated controversy following the Sandy Hook shooting. Additionally, frontman Mark Foster has been all over the news lately – getting booted from a Prince club gig probably wasn’t one of his finer moments, but he made up for it by climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in order to raise awareness about global need for clean water.

Hear Foster the People’s ‘Don’t Stop (Color on the Walls)’ in the H&M Bodywear Commercial Featuring David Beckham