Shot in Solveig’s hometown of Paris, the video for “All Stars” is directed by French filmmaker and artist Thomas Lélu, with production from Deni Susic and Celine Lopez. Lélu is known for layering food and household objects on top of popular photographs and uses the famous technique in the video. Set behind an interchanging backdrop of colour, the clip features both Solveig and ALMA as they perform the track, while being interspersed with various utensils, fruit and colorful characters.
Having achieved over a million streams in under a week of release, “All Stars” is now edging towards 5 million Spotify plays. Currently sitting at No. 3 in the Cool Cuts chart, the single has gained support across BBC Radio 1, where Annie Mac named it her “hottest record” on her eagerly-awaited return to the station. Additionally, Danny Howard gave the track “Future Anthem” status on his show.
In addition to his latest single, Solveig successfully launched this year’s edition of his Ibiza residency “My House” in May. Taking place at his beloved second home, Pacha, “My House” has already opened its doors to the likes of Craig David, MK, Kungs and The Magician. Over the summer, music heavyweights Armand Van Helden and Mark Ronson are set to perform at Solveig’s residency, as well as Icarus, Boys Noize and Jax Jones, who alongside London dance act The Disciples, are ready to make their mark this season.
Elsewhere, Solveig is also gearing up for a series of festival dates across Europe, where he’ll be playing at Airbeat One, Creamfields, South West Four and the inaugural Lollapalooza Paris. Not stopping there, he’ll also host a highly-anticipated “My House” stage at the first weekend of Tomorrowland.
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