London is an odd place.
Thanks to its place at the heart of British media, the cityscape is intimately familiar even to those who have never set foot in its environs. Yet it's continually evolving skyline, the way it shifts and changes on an almost daily basis never ceases to amaze.
Always still, always changing the city can be a surreal place to live. Especially when - like in Clean Bandit's new video - you're being chased from street to street by an enormous golden snake. New single 'A&E' is out now, and comes equipped with a London centric clip.
The group seemingly took charge of the video, with Jack Patterson commenting: "We made the video ourselves, as always, and after having the idea of the snake about a year ago, it was quite daunting having to make it a reality learning how to use 3d animation software on the hoof. The dancers, Rhys Dennis and Kandaka Moore, were great to work with, completely unphased by being painted gold over the course of two hours' stop frame animation and then flaunting it around London!"
Watch it now.
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'A&E' is out now.