Calvin Harris And Florence And The Machine Shoot 'Sweet Nothing' Music Video
24 August 2012, 11:28 | Updated: 24 August 2012, 11:54
The 'Feel So Close' producer has teamed up with Florence for his brand new single.
Calvin Harris' new single collaboration with Florence & the Machine is called 'Sweet Nothing' and the song's music video was filmed this week at a "mysterious working mans club".
The 'Shake It Out' singer confirmed the title of the song this week on Twitter, after sharing a picture of herself outside the venue where the single's video was being shot, after which Calvin promised the video is "incredible".
"Shooting the video for 'Sweet Nothing' with @flo_tweet right now! Exciting!!" Calvin tweeted yesterday (23rd August). "Wow… watching @flo_tweet perform in this video today was a real treat… incredible… can't wait for you to see/hear our song!
"Arrive at mysterious working mans club for start of 'sweet nothing 'vid, glad the queen is here to welcome me," Florence posted, alongside a picture of her at the film sets. "So far style references are ELVIS, Lyillia 4 Eva and… vintage tranny. But there is also a lot of Agent Provocateur bondage style underwear here… and a stripper pole."
Check out a picture of Florence Welch outside the video set for her team-up with Calvin Harris below (Credit: Twitter):
Florence & The Machine recently released her latest single 'Spectrum (Say My Name)' that topped the Vodafone Big Top 40, as a popular remix by Calvin Harris, which was part of a "swap deal" to allow Calvin to get Florence on one of his own songs.
Calvin Harris has announced his new album '18 Months' for release on 29th October featuring collaborations with the likes of Tinie Tempah, Dizzee Rascal and Kelis.