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A Revolution is in the Making in Röyksopp and Robyn's 'Do It Again' Video: WATCH

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The new music video for Röyksopp and Robyn's collaboration "Do It Again" was directed by Danish filmmaker Martin de Thurah and takes place in an unspecified era where revolution is stirring.

Said Thurah: "'Do It Again' feels like it's an unstoppable pop mantra of something out of hand. A spiralling hypnotic maelstrom. The video touches 'our hearts' desires': deep passions; revolutions full of hope and excitement; a dream of freedom; obsession; the ecstasy and escapism; the darkness. And it ends in a mix of violence and laughter, freedom and the loss of free will. All of this somehow ends on a note of hope through struggle. Something worth fighting for. Do it again."

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  1. "...an unstoppable pop mantra... spiralling hypnotic maelstrom..."


    Well, I suppose I watched the right video, but what I saw was a fairly conventional and dullish song. I had to turn it off after 2 minutes in. Naybe I missed the "deep passions and ecstasy" part, the hypnotic maelstrom.

    Posted by: will | Jul 21, 2014 2:14:57 PM


  2. That's five minutes and fifty-four seconds I'll never get back.

    Posted by: Mastik8 | Jul 21, 2014 2:33:08 PM


  3. Amazing insight Mastik. Just really brilliant.

    Posted by: Mikey M | Jul 21, 2014 3:58:55 PM


  4. The video's more interesting than the song. This collaboration seems redundant.

    Posted by: LJC | Jul 21, 2014 5:25:28 PM


  5. Let's see more of Robyn always! She's compelling to watch. The film: meh, just another drug story, I guess.Who could really pay attention.

    Posted by: UFFDA | Jul 21, 2014 6:21:17 PM


  6. The song they used for the video is much more tame, diluted than the original you'll find in the lyric version. This is like the orchestral cover of a really good pop song. Not as good.

    Posted by: Name | Jul 21, 2014 9:35:31 PM


  7. The song they used for the video is much more tame, diluted than the original you'll find in the lyric version. This is like the orchestral cover of a really good pop song. Not as good.

    Posted by: Name | Jul 21, 2014 9:35:31 PM


  8. NAME has a really good point. Twice. ;)

    Posted by: moike | Jul 21, 2014 11:06:18 PM


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