Newly appointed Queen of Disco, Kylie Minogue, brings the glam in the visual for "Right Here, Right Now".
As is the way with what feels like every major pop campaign at the moment, '74 Is The New 24' has already suffered from the entirely frustrating leak-culture that define the industry right now. Although it had been speculated, no one knew for sure that Minogue's contribution to music legend Giorgio Moroder's first release since 1998 would be the first single until the track leaked in its entirety last Thursday.
As frustrating as it must be for the pair (although neither of them have cried artistic rape yet, which is good I suppose), they're ploughing forward with the release, teasing the forthcoming video for "Right Here, Right Now".
Check it out below:
The clip is infuriatingly brief, clocking in at a meagre 15 seconds, but it does showcase Kylie's unparalleled ability to still look absolutely stunning at 46. Featuring a lot of wind-machine action and euphoric arm stroking, there's nothing to immediately indicate that this will be different from Mini's usual brand of glamorous but ultimately uneventful music videos. That coupled with the ubiquitous DJ-with-headphones shot of Giorgio in the background (because of course) it would seem that we won't be getting anything too groundbreaking from the power pair for this visual.
Don't panic though - if you've managed to resist the urge to listen to leak, the track itself is much better than this snippet would indicate, so let's hope the video follows suit.
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