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Robyn takes inspiration from Wham!’s ‘Club Tropicana’ for her new 'Between The Lines' video

The clip was shot over four days in Ibiza.
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Published: 2:48 pm, April 03, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Robyn takes inspiration from Wham!’s ‘Club Tropicana’ for her new 'Between The Lines' video

Robyn has released a new video for her track ‘Between The Lines’.

Inspired by Wham!’s ‘Club Tropicana’ video, the clip was shot over four days in Ibiza and sees her larking about in the pool, at the beach, and cruising around in a Jeep. As you do.

“Robyn is one of my favorite artists to collaborate with,” says director Cody Critcheloe, aka SSION, “and making this video with her allowed for a lot of playfulness in embracing the extremes of being in a place like Ibiza… the aggressive tackiness of tourist culture slapped up against the serene beach vibes... it reminded me of when I first started making videos on a mini dv camera - no pretense, DIY, run & gun… just being in the moment.

“We also wanted to keep the edit rude and leave in a lot of the in-camera audio of us giggling, talking & screaming- just a complete disregard for pop music video formalities to create something that feels very fun and alive.”

Watch ‘Between the Lines’ below.

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