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Video Premiere: Calvin Harris' 'Sweet Nothing' Ft. Florence Welch

September 21, 2012, 4:58 am GMT

The 'Florence and the Machine' singer delivers more aggressive and animated performance as the beat gets faster and pounds away halfway through the video.



Calvin Harris shares screen with his featured guest Florence Welch in a music video of their collaboration "Sweet Nothing". It follows the Florence and the Machine lead singer as she takes the stage at Working Men's Club in Dalston, London.

At first, Flo stands demurely while singing the ballad intro of the song. As the beat picks up, she strips off her tuxedo to reveal her scantily-clad body and writhes on stage. Somewhere outside the gentleman club, a man whom she previously had argument with is beaten by a group of people.

"Sweet Nothing" will appear in Calvin's third studio album "18 Months" that will be released later this fall. Other songs include his works with the likes of Kelis, Ne-Yo, Tinie Tempah and Ne-Yo. The CD will also feature "We Found Love", his No. 1 collaboration with Rihanna.

Calvin Harris' "Sweet Nothing" Music Video Feat. Florence Welch

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