Calvin Harris Premieres 'Drinking from the Bottle' Video
Singer-songwriter and DJ Calvin Harris' releases the music video of his "Drinking from the Bottle" track which also features English rapper Tinie Tempah. The storyline of the clip is an unexpected accompaniment to the radio-friendly track, where Harris writes about life's excesses through his lyrics.
"Drinking from the Bottle" is written by Harris in collaboration with Patrick Okogwu, James F. Reynolds and Mark Knight. It is the sixth official single taken from Harris third studio album "18 Months" released in October 2012 via Fly Eye, Columbia, Deconstruction Records and Sony UK.
In the track, Harris writes about drops the names of Cyndi Lauper, Lady GaGa, Blondie, Heidi Klum, Rihanna and The Kardashians, about being "busy for the next top model / Who's wearing something new and something old / And something borrowed / I know this crazy life can be a bitter pill to swallow / So forget about tomorrow / Tonight, we're drinking from the bottle."
The clip to the track follows the Devil as he wanders around L.A., observing people and engaging in all possible vices, including booze, drugs and even cannibalism. It was directed by Vincent Haycock and AG Rojas and produced by Geoff McLean via Vision Film Co. and Somesuch & Co. It was filmed this week and released on VEVO on Dec. 21, 2012. By later this year or early 2013, it is expected to be launched for sales on iTunes.
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