Stilettos dance studio is known for its funky, funky sound.
But the studio’s newest release, a track called “Carry Me” by the French duo Flume, is an unexpected surprise.
It’s a catchy track, but one that’s actually kind of hard to play at times, and the video for the song is a bit odd, too.
And the lyrics?
“I’m not wearing my jacket anymore, I’m carrying you.”
The two flutes have been working together since 2013, and in the video they’re shown standing on a beach in a boat, carrying each other.
It could be a nod to their upcoming album, which is scheduled for release next year.
Watch: How to dance to the best dance videos of 2018 article Flume and Stiletta have also collaborated on a song called “No More Tears,” which sounds like it could be the duo’s first single.
The video features Flume playing the piano and Stiles playing drums.
But that’s where things get weird.
The flutes are shown with no instruments at all.
And in the clip, Stiles and Flume can be seen playing the instrument, not the piano.
It turns out that while they’re playing, they’re actually playing the flutes, which are in the background.
But you’re not really seeing the instruments themselves.
Flume tweeted a photo of the flute and keyboard, but Stiles wasn’t happy with that photo.
“So sorry if you’re disappointed,” he wrote.
“I did not want to disappoint, so I didn’t include them in the album photo.”
Flume is known to perform in London’s Hyde Park.
And this was their first time performing together in the UK.
So, the album could be called “Flume, Flume,” but not “Crave,” as Flume says on the song’s video.