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Goldfrapp Lead a Desert Ritual in New “Anymore” Video

Goldfrapp Lead a Desert Ritual in New “Anymore” Video

Goldfrapp lead a desert ritual in new “Anymore” video. The British electro-pop duo features a stunning dance on the surreal island landscape.

Heady pop-electronica duo Goldfrapp return at the end of March with their seventh studio album, Silver Eye. At Dazed today, the band premiered a new video for lead single “Anymore” that could easily double as an avant-garde couture campaign.

Produced by Mary Calderwell, the clip finds Alison Goldfrapp and a group of androgynous dancers traversing the alien landscape of Fuerteventura, the largest of the Canary Islands. Fuerteventura’s sprawling sand dunes and staggering volcanic crags serve as the backdrop for a cadre of dancers, who move to Goldfrapp’s gritty dance-pop gem with a mixture of ritualism and futurism.

Alison and Gregory spent 10 days at the Dallas studio of Congleton, who has also worked with St. Vincent and Wild Beasts, among others. Then The Haxan Cloak (aka Bobby Krlic, who has worked with Björk, among others) worked with the band in London. Leo Abrahams, who has worked with Brian Eno, provided “abstract guitar textures” and David Wrench (The xx, Caribou) mixed the album.

Silver Eye is due out March 31st via Mute.