In the aftermath of its worldwide radio premiere on Friday’s episode of Hardwell On Air, Hard Rock Sofa, Matisse & Sadko and Swanky Tunes team up to release the official music video to their upcoming release on Showland Records, ‘Chemistry (Turn The Flame Higher)’.

Taking place in the suburbs of St. Petersburg, the video sees the Russian producers take up acting as what at first appears to be a group of chemists handling cocaine. But when a SWAT team starts bashing in the doors, the video ends with one of the biggest movie cliché of all time: ”It’s not what it looks like.” Perhaps not as intriguing as the video to Alesso’s ‘Years’, but it makes for an apt visual accompaniment to the track’s title and strong rock influences.

Out November 5th on Showland Records.

15 Comments to “Video: Hard Rock Sofa, Matisse & Sadko, Swanky Tunes – Chemistry”

  • Pretty cool video

  • nothing special at all, With all those names does it mean that all nine(or am im wrong?) people worked on this song?

  • @tork Swanky tunes are 3 members , Hard rock sofa 2 members , Matisse & Sadko 2 members , so 7 people worked on this track .

  • Awesome track

  • and the videos is awesome as well!!!!

  • Cool!

  • This isn’t St. Petersburg. It’s Smolensk))

  • amsterdance: You sure? Their management said St. Petersburg

  • Anton: absolutely)) I’m from this city)) And 67th region on cars))

  • Then my mistake , but it was supposed to be shoot in both cities.
    Maybe outsides are from smolensk….

  • tomygee: maybe

  • needs more russians

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