Calvin Harris and Florence Welch have released the offical video for “Sweet Nothing” and it’s not what we would have expected. In the track, Welch croons in her unique voice about love and letting go, but the video itself takes us deeper down the relationship rabbit hole. Although it’s difficult to follow, Welch stars as an abused singer in a strip club and Harris cameos as a savior of sorts. You’ll have to watch to get the whole story but we warn you it’s mildly violent and difficult to watch. “Sweet Nothing” is set for release on October 29th as part of Harris’ upcoming collaboration-filled album.
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