Sweet Tooth – Everybody Wants To Be In Love

Gently, quietly, way back in late February, Sweet Tooth released a single. The group – made up of straight-seamed chanteuse Fleurtini and shadowy producer Gavin – also produced an animated video to accompany the track. There is nothing surprising about these two facts, although I do acknowledge that an animation is more interesting a proposition than an amateur performance video. What is surprising is that both the song and it’s video are works of real beauty, and both have been steadily spreading through the veins of the internet; even to my own little capillaries.

The title says all you need to know about the song’s heart. It is a glowing mediation on people’s desire for love with all the warmth and pathos that deserves. Piano lines and strings swell under Fleurtini’s sweet narration to form a lucid world of forgotten glances, tight embraces and broken hearts. Buy the track here: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/everybody-wants-to-be-in-love/id357033772?i=357033793

Watch its wonderfully stylish and quietly moving video:

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