This Japanese Dance Troop Just Stole The Show On 'America's Got Talent'

Would love to see these guys live.

Japanese dance group Siro-A absolutely electrified the judges and audience on America's Got Talent last week when they brought their mesmerizing brand of techno performance to the stage.

Their mesmerizing performances have earned them the right to be called "Japan's answer to the Blue Man Group," blending elements of mime, acrobatics, and synchronized modern dance behind a pulsating soundtrack of electronica. 

Their appearance on AGT promised to be spectacular... and wow, did they deliver.

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Posted by Siro-A on Sunday, August 9, 2015

From the first beat dropped, their performance defied reality.

The seven-member group from Sendai has been enchanting audiences since 2002.

Each moment became more elaborate and mind-bending than the last.

According to their Facebook page, the name Siro-A means "belong to no group, impossible to define as anybody." 

Their finale left the judges speechless and amazed...especially Piers Morgan.

But then he did something even more unexpected than their performance...

Watch their breathtaking performance here.