Fans of absurd costumed singers, pop vampires, techno-dancing grannies, masked metal monsters, turkey DJs and songs about 13th century emperor Genghis Khan are super bummed that this year's Eurovision song contest -- which would have taken place Saturday night (May 16) was canceled due to the coronavirus.

Luckily, Netflix has a movie for that. The streaming service and Arista Records have teamed up for the soundtrack to the upcoming Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams movie Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.

The David Dobkin (Wedding Singer)-directed comedy tells the story of aspiring duo Lars (Ferrell) and Sigrit (McAdams), who score the chance of a lifetime when their song is picked to represent their country in the annual global song competition.

The film also features Pierce Brosnan and Demi Lovato, with the pop star slated to appear on the song "In the Mirror."

The film and album, both due out on June 26, will have songs from Ferrell and other cast members, including the perfectly ridiculous first single, "Volcano Man," which you can hear below. Look out for an accompanying video to drop tomorrow (May 16).