Gorgon City have unveiled the official video for their latest track, ‘Go Deep’, a rich production which has already received the support of BBC Radio 1’s dance family, including Annie Mac, Pete Tong, and Danny Howard.
Directed by London-based duo Melody Maker & Lauren Van Veen, ‘Go Deep’ utilises the popular filming technique known as ‘dry for wet’, using smoke, colored filters, and lighting effects to simulate a character being underwater while filming on a dry stage.
The technique, which appears in films such as Lord of the Rings, and Guillermo Del Toro‘sThe Shape of Water, sees the duo ‘go deep’ to the bottom of the sea, where they perform a passionate choreography routine.
Teaming up with Ghosted and BRIT Award-winning singer/songwriter Kamille on the release, the track follows Gorgon City’s recent sold out UK and Europe ‘Kingdom’ tour and has already amassed over 3 million streams since release.
Having established themselves as one of the most in-demand acts around, Gorgon City have enjoyed stellar success over the past 5 years thanks to their unique blend of bass-driven house music and addictive vocals, launching their own club-focused REALM imprint, which housed recent EPs ‘Grooves On The Vinyl’, ‘Motorola’ and BBC Radio 1 specialist anthem ‘Primal Call.’
The British pair have also developed a huge international presence and will play several dates worldwide through the course of this summer. The official video for ‘Go Deep’ is out now!