Thanks to an awesomely choreographed dance, the accompanying music video will strike a few chords in you. It's one of those videos that showcases the depth electronic music can have. Add on some solid writing, and an equally solid delivery, and you've got yourself one helluvah visual. In some ways, it's similar to P!nk's video for "Try," but that could just be the choreography and mainstream push contemporary dance has gotten from So You Think You Can Dance. Bottom line: New breakup jams are danceable, and that's A-ok.
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