Phil Fuldner has been around, making music for the past two decades and is still putting out quality records. His new track “Take Me” showcases that, sampling Mary Clark’s "Take Me I’m Yours” (something you may recognize from Floating Points and Hunny) and flipping it into a modern disco record. Now we are happy to premiere the video for you today featuring Jordan Clark and Trevor Tordjam.
The video finds Trevor Tordjam driving in a run down part of some California city in his convertible, blasting “Take Me.” He manages to run into Clark on the street and attempts to woo her with his dance moves and presumably car. She plays along and begins the dance-off on this road with abandoned warehouses. Things take a bit of a twist at the end as we see everyone’s real motives revealed for good.
“Here’s the official music video to my single ‘Take Me’ released on Armada Subjekt. House music is pure love business to me so I’m happy to spread the good vibe with this lovely video, featuring two of my absolute fav dancers, Jordan Clark and Trevor Tordjam,” explains Fuldner. “Please enjoy and hopefully this jam becomes your uplifting soundtrack of the summer.”
Chris Evans directed the video. No not Captain America, or Chris Pine, Hemsworth or Pratt, but some other dude named Chris Evans.
Watch below and pick up a copy of the single here.