If the dark mornings, cropping temperatures and the slight inkling of an on-coming cold has you feeling miserable, prepare to be enlightened.
This week a flash mob of dancers wearing an array of brightly-coloured trouser suits paid homage to the US' first female presidential candidate by gathering in New York City's Union Square to throw some shapes to Justin Timberlake's single Can't Stop The Feeling.
Choreographed by dancer and filmmaker Celia Rowlson-Hall and Crishon Landers – who interpreted political messages though dance moves such as a sign for equality and a first for Blake Lives Matter – the dance is described as 'a rallying cry for the presidential candidate'.
Last week, Rowlson-Hall posted an advert for the flash mob on Instagram calling 'all dancers, movers, and shakers of all ethnicities, ages and genders' to celebrate 'badass boss Hillary Clinton'.
In a press release about the video, she explained the flash mob was 'an effort to dance Hillary all the way to the White House and fight the bigotry and vitriol of Donald Trump's campaign with love, unity, and community."
Watch the full video of the dance below: