Swedish House Mafia & Laidback Luke Featuring Deborah Cox - Leave The World Behind

July 31, 2012 Critic Jonni 0 Comments

Okay so continuing on with my collaboration special, this is the next song, it combines Laidback Luke with Swedish House Mafia. Laidback Luke, real name Lucas Cornelis van Scheppingen, has collaborated a lot with the members of Swedish House Mafia and I'm sure there will be more in the future. This is the third music video I have reviewed from Swedish House Mafia, the first being "Save The World" and the second being "Antidote". The band features 3 DJs who are called Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello, they are all from Sweden and have been getting a number of chart hits across the world. However they are about to split up and go their own separate ways, however they are known to collaborate with one another, so their may be future singles they will release together; these are 3 DJs we are never going to get rid of. Deborah Cox provides the vocals for this track, she has released a number of songs getting quite high chart numbers in the USA, however she hasn't impact the UK that well, although people are aware of her name. Will we be seeing more of her? It's doubtful, but we'll have to wait and see.

To be totally honest this doesn't really count as a music video, but it's the closest we're ever going to get to one for this song. The reason being is that there is a lot of talking in this video, making it seem more like a documentary or a interview than anything else. There is various footage shown, possibly from Swedish House Mafia's world wide tours. I used to think it was weird how some people can wear not much during the night time, but since I've been to Turkey I can now relate and totally understand that in various countries around the world, you can have hot nights.

Surprisingly that is all I have to say about this, there's not a lot going on, and there are a few links with the songs such as how they zoomed out of the world, which was quite impressive, giving the effect that they were leaving the world behind. This is a typical House music video, I would've been very surprised if there was a full on narrative. So giving this the benefit of the doubt, this is definitely the rating it deserves.