Steve Angello’s “Yeah” is known for its anthemic nature and is nothing less than powerful progressive house. Normally used to provoke large crowds, Steve is giving his production comic relief with the official music video. The video portrays an old woman and a young girl playing cards in a boring setting. The two drop the needle on “Yeah” and are suddenly suited as superheroes, ready to take off in a flying car to fight a series of battles. Watch the video and experience the unexpected visuals that accompany Steve’s 2012 gem.
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