Last month, the London electro-pop dance outfit Cardboard Foxes made their debut with "Forever." The song is a glimmering dance record, driven by pianos, that has a haunting undertone whilst still managing to resound a sun-drenched vibe. Off-beat tripelets on the piano dance along with the forceful kick-snare drum pattern as vocalist Minerva's voice croons over the melody. It's a lively yet chilling song about fears of being alone and still dancing through the pain. Today we have the privilage to debut the music video for this song, with is rich in contemporary choreography and ripe with drama. It puts us in a voyeristic view of troubled couples fighting through their problems. It is an ironic juxtopostion, but is indicitive of the songs conflict vibrant melody and meloncholic lyrics. This single is the first release off their debut album Forever, due June 29th via Hot Cat Productions.