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“Who Do You Love is a song about people and connection, and how you can identify who you are by those you love. Those people say a hell of a lot about you. Robyn and I were very happy to make this video with a long term collaborator of mine, Daniel Brereton, whose idea was a series of portraits of our closest friends and family – in a way, the most revealing portraits of us possible. None of these folks were ‘cast’ – we were just lucky to have them around us on the day and in the right cities!

It’s possible that we’ll always be more emotionally susceptible to these images – these are our closest friends and loved ones after all – but there’s something about seeing all these people together, all these people that would do this for us – it makes the song make a little more sense, and a little more powerful for us. I hope you’ll feel some of what we feel when we look at these faces. Thanks to all of those friends, family and collaborators that made it possible.” – Adam

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The addictive Röyksopp and Robyn electropop collabo “Do It Again” is taken from their “Do It Again” minialbum, which is due to be released on May 26th 2014.

“This 5 track mini-album is the accumulation and embodiment of the synergy between Robyn and ourselves. We’ve intended this to be a diverse yet cohesive and thought through musical venture; it’s meant to be an expression where pop & art reign side by side.” (Röyksopp)

“Svein and Torbjörn and I started working on new music in the beginning of 2013, I´ve been going back and forth to Bergen to record and write with the boys up until recently. Collaborating with S & T is something I enjoy very much. In the beginning we just knew we wanted to do something together and then it started to feel more like a band thing than songs for a Röyksopp or Robyn album so we´re releasing this music together as a band you could say.” (Robyn)

Menacing Swiss disco duo In Flagranti remixes the title track, they chop up the vocals from Robyn and roughens up the Röyksopp synths in order for the track to be better suited for those dark warehouse parties.