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Exclusive New Secondcity Video

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It's a bit of a golden era for dance music at the moment, and this new video from Secondcity is going to keep it going for a little while longer yet.

The Chicago-born, Sussex-raised house DJ and producer stormed to the top of the UK charts with the irrepressible I Wanna Feel earlier this year, securing the first big summer anthem, and now he unveils the video for the follow-up track, What Can I Do, premiering exclusively on ShortList.com.

To our ears it sounds like another smash, echoing the brilliant recent singles by Duke Dumont and Kiesza, and features the vocals of Ali Love. Meanwhile, the superb video itself shows why messing around with Post-It notes is always a worthwhile activity.

Get watching below and transport yourself out of the office for 3 blissful minutes of prime Chicago house.

What Can I Do is released October 19th on Ministry of Sound/Speakerbox. For more info visit secondcityuk.com

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