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Premiere: KREAM's New Visuals Take Part in The World of 'Fight Club'

The Norwegian duo have dropped visuals for their 2016 hit "Taped Up Heart"
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Norwegian brother duo KREAM have dropped a bizarre, yet strangely addicting, video released for their 2016 hit single "Taped Up Heart." The track hit #22 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, and currently has over 38 Million plays and counting on Spotify. 

The official video for “Taped Up Heart” pulls inspiration from David Fincher’s Fight Club, exploring the idea of finding your place in the world, and utilizes humans that take animal forms. In the end, it's the search for finding your place in the world.

“This song is all about dealing with your inner demons and Samy did an amazing job bringing “Taped Up Heart” to life. Everyone has had that feeling of being an ‘other’ and wanting to find their place or purpose. Maybe it’s through music, maybe it’s joining an underground fight club."

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The video was directed by Samy Mosher. Stream or purchase the track here, out via Big Beat Records. 

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