Tensnake, Nile Rodgers Take Deep House to the Disco in ‘Love Sublime’ Video
Fiora sings while to young lovers go on a strange adventure in Los Angeles
Whether or not Daft Punk and their “Get Lucky” buddy Pharrell Williams have achieved maximum market saturation is a matter of debate, but even the toughest cynic should melt in front of Nile Rodgers’ grin. The Chic guitarist beat cancer last year just in time to score a front seat to his own career’s renaissance. Thanks to his trio of Random Access Memories assists, he’s recorded with Disclosure, rocked with Bono, and sat in with the Roots on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Now he teams with German deep house producer Tensnake and vocalist Fiona for “Love Sublime,” a song that does not in fact appear to be an admission of guilty pleasure where the works of a certain Long Beach reggae-rock band are concerned. Instead, we get a disco-kissed dance track that sulks and soars in turn, and whose video offers a mysterious night in the City of Angels. Watch above, via Idolator. Dance Tracks of the Week alum Tensnake drops his Glow LP on Astralwerks March 13.