Robyn Royksopp Do It Again Music Video

Watch Robyn and Röyksopp soundtrack a strange revolution in “Do It Again”

Student revolutionaries hate books, love statues, sex, and dance.

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- Jul 22, 2014

"Do It Again" starts off like a classic leftist thriller from the '70s, with well-dressed young people having heated discussions surrounded by books and tweed. It gets much more surreal as characters are introduced, like a solemn girl with a leg brace, and with quick cutting between disconnected scenes: a chase, a siege, an art heist. The massive banger from Robyn and Röyksopp might seem better suited for a strip club inside the Large Hadron Collider, but the propulsive motion of the song fits well with Martin De Thurah's crackling black-and-white treatment.

Robyn and Röyksopp's Do It Again EP is out now via Dog Triumph.

 

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