Premiere: LO’99 shares contemporary dance warehouse clip for Sometime feat. Owl Eyes

Premiere: LO’99 shares contemporary dance warehouse clip for Sometime feat. Owl Eyes

The Australian house don continues to strive with his latest video clip.

LO'99 is a producer we've covered our fair share of over the years, detailing his rise from a local club favourite to an internationally-dominating house music force who has ticked pretty much every accomplishment off the checklist. He's launched his own record label (the Pilerats favourite Medium Rare Recordings), played everything from Splendour In The Grass to Las Vegas mega-festival EDC, and has topped the ARIA Club Charts time and time again. He's a force to be reckoned with in an internationally growing Australian house scene, going from strength to strength with every move, and his latest single - the Owl Eyes-featuring Sometime - is no different, mixing Owl Eyes' sultry vocal groove with a simmering production which sits somewhere between 'sweaty house thumper' and 'sun-soaked electro-pop banger'; perfectly suitable for both sides of electronic music listening.

Today, we premiere the song's official video clip, which unites the single's hazy, yet still powerful house pulse with a bit of a dance routine, throwing a pair of contemporary dancers in a smokey, strobe-lit warehouse for them to match the single's subtle pulse with their movements and effortlessly brilliant groove. "I've always wanted to direct a music video with a contemporary dance routine in it, and when LO hit me up with his song Sometime I thought it would be the perfect opportunity," says director Ryan Sauer on the video. "We chatted about a few different ideas, and after that, I knew the exact direction it was going to go in. I got in touch with my friends Additive lighting to create something special in the space and my good friends Mountain Goats Films came on board to shoot it for me."

It's a single that caps off a brilliant year for LO'99, but with plenty more to come (and Owl Eyes set to make a big return this year too), check out the video for Sometime below:

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