The dance duo - consisting of A-Trak and Armand Van Helden - have unveiled the clip for their latest single 'Big Bad Wolf'.
The video features guys who pull down their trousers to reveal a head attached to their crotch, with the two main "crotchfaces" played by the dance two-piece themselves.
Speaking to Rolling Stone about the concept, A-Trak explained: "'Big Bad Wolf' is pretty simple, and it can mean anything, really, so we wanted the video to have its own narrative.
"Remember when dance music videos used to actually be creative? Like when you think back to Aphex Twin, Fatboy Slim and Daft Punk… I don't know why the genre's videos became so generic in recent years."
He added: "When Keith [Schofield] came up with this idea of 'crotchfaces', we just thought it was hilarious.
"He started coming up with all these gags and describing the characters living in this sort of parallel world, and we were sold.
"He wasn't sure if we'd be down to play the leads, but our take on this was, if we're going to do this, we need to go all the way. So we played the d**kheads, essentially."
'Big Bad Wolf' serves as the follow-up to the pairing's 2010 international hit 'Barbra Streisand'.
Watch the music video for Duck Sauce's 'Big Bad Wolf' below: