Antony & Cleopatra channel Sia in their new video clip for Love Is A Lonely Dancer

Antony & Cleopatra channel Sia in their new video clip for Love Is A Lonely Dancer

The video arrives alongside remixes by Amateur Dance, Colour Castle, LCAW and Low Steppa.

In case you've been missing out, Antony & Cleopatra are an incredible boy-girl duo who caught our attention last year with their lush garage-house single Take Me, which put the intercontinental duo, made up of Sparkadia's former frontman Alex Burnett and London singer Anita Blay, on the map. A few weeks ago they followed it up with Love Is A Lonely Dancer, which saw the duo take that really sweet, laid-back vibe of Take Me and add a bit of 'oompf' to the track through the use of a heavier bass line and some deep chords, all whilst maintaining Blay's intoxicating soft vocal capabilities we came to love from the previous single. The video clip also bares resemblance to the video for Take Me, with the duo re-using the greyscale technique they used previously, instead this time around using it on a series of Sia look-alike dancers instead of important cultural power couples.

That's not the only piece of Antony & Cleopatra goodness delivered in recent days, with Birmingham-based producer Low Steppa adding a bit more of a heavier deep-house touch to the single through his official remix, which dropped the other day alongside remixes by Colour Castle, LCAW and Amateur Dance. Unfortunately, it seems that the Colour Castle and Amateur Dance remixes have been pulled from their respective Soundcloud accounts, however you can stream each of them, as well as the LCAW remix and the Low Steppa remix below, via Spotify HERE.

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Wanna know more about the duo? Check out THIS article on the intercontinental producers from last year.

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