London house pair Dirty Vegas have just unveiled their latest single 'Do What You Feel' alongside a new video, ahead of the release of their fourth studio album 'Photograph' which they'll release in September 2015 through Italian label D:VISION.
The video opens in a dusty, cobweb-ridden toy workshop where a newly fixed old-fashioned blue robot sets out on a journey, making friends with other toys with moving parts like a wind-up China doll. Despite the slightly creepy video set up, it's still a hazy summer tune with charming harmonies and acoustic guitars standing out against the usual subtle bass beat and twinkling synths.
The duo; who are Paul Harris and Steve Smith; are back with their new album following 2011's 'Electric Love'. They first became electronic sensations back in 2001 following their single 'Days Go By', a song which won them a Grammy for Best Dance Recording. Since then they headlined world tours, performed alongside the likes of Moby, Underworld and Groove Armada and released three albums, as well as being the first of their genre to perform at LA's Grammy Museum. 'Do What You Feel' will be accompanied by a remix EP featuring re-workings from German producers Timo Jahns, Zwette and Paul Vinx. 'We feel like this new album is some of our best work to date', Dirty Vegas revealed. 'It's a journey back to our club roots.'
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