The dancers seem to be teenagers, and since they're superheroes, they have suits that match their color scheme.
P1 is a woman with blue hair. She is wearing a pink jacket under a black dress. She has a blue tie, pink socks, blue shoes, and a blue headband.
P2 is a man with black hair. He is wearing a black and red shirt with red pants and black shoes. He seems to be the group's leader.
P3 is a representation of a stereotypical nerd, with black hair. He wears a yellow vest over a black shirt and black pants. He also wears a pair of glasses and a pair of yellow shoes.
P4 is a man with black hair. He wears a blue shirt and blue pants, blue shoes and a blue hat, as well as an unbuttoned vest.
They're dancing in front of a pink 2D city full of skyscrapers and cliffs. It almost looks like blueprints/drawings. A giant robot and a monster can be seen attacking. During the bridge, an iron spaceship comes from above and creates five lights, which lights have the same colours as the coaches' suits and follow their arm moves.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the routine:
Gold Move 1: (Starting at P2, then P3 , then P4, then P1)
P1: Do peace signs with your hands.
P2: Put your arms in a mirrored "L."
P3: Pull down your right arm slowly on the side.
P4: Bend your right leg and put the left in front while putting your right hand behind.
Gold Moves 2, 3 and 4: Swing your arms in the air and put the left hand on your back and then directly swing your arms again and put your right hand on your back.
This is the first Dance Crew routine to be a Ubisoft Club-Unlockable.
On both the original and remade versions of the song icon, P2 and P3’s positions are flipped.
P4 makes an appearance in the background of Fine China in Just Dance 2014.
Based off the name and the dance, this song is mainly referencing the Super Sentai series, which at the point of its release was in its 35th anniversary season, Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.
Additionally, the song sounds similar to the opening of Choudenshi Bioman, a Super Sentai season that was very popular in France in the 1980s. Therefore, it's very likely that the developers intended on referencing a show from their childhood.
Most of the footage from Super Sentai was use to form the Power Rangers series.
On camera consoles, no moves are counted during the parts where the dancers walk in a circle.
In Spectronizer’s later appearances, there are some slight changes: