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21 September 2012, 10:16
The 'Shake It Out' singer is seen performing a burlesque dance in the DJ's newly unveiled video.
Calvin Harris has unveiled the music video for his brand new single 'Sweet Nothing', a collaboration with UK star Florence + The Machine.
The 'We Found Love' DJ and producer is seen attending a gentleman's strip club in the newly premiered video, which was unveiled in full last night (20th September).
'Shake It Out' singer Florence Welch performs a burlesque routine on stage in the video's opening, while dressed up in a black suit, shirt and tie and a hat, and strips off her clothes to reveal black lingerie halfway through the 'Sweet Nothing' promo.
Florence's performance scenes are interspersed with footage of a man she had been arguing with getting beaten up in the street by a gang of thugs, and she is also seen having a heated argument with Scottish DJ Calvin backstage at the club.
Calvin's team-up with Florence is part of a two-way deal with the 'No Light, No Light' singer, that also saw him producing a remix of the Florence + The Machine single 'Spectrum (Say My Name)', which topped the Vodafone Big Top 40 last month.
Check out a picture of Calvin Harris staging an argument with Florence Welch in the 'Sweet Nothing' music video below:
The single is the fifth to be lifted from Calvin's upcoming album '18 Months', following his huge success with singles like 'Bounce' and 'Feel So Close' over the past twelve months.
The 'Let's Go' DJ's third studio album boasts collaborations with artists ranging from Tinie Tempah to Ellie Goulding and Dizzee Rascal.
Calvin Harris recently teamed up with 'Say Nothing' rapper Example on the single 'We'll Be Coming Back', and Example recently promised fans that '18 Months' is "full of bangers".
Watch Calvin Harris and Florence + The Machine in the 'Sweet Nothing' music video below:
Calvin Harris will release new single 'Sweet Nothing' on 14th October before returning with new album '18 Months' on 29th October.