‘Hold Me Closer’, a song by Britney Spears and Elton John, presents a choreography starring a group of dancers, who walk and dance around places found in Aztec land
Britney Spears and Elton John surprised their Mexican fans with the premiere of the official video for the single “Hold Me Closer”, where a choreography was developed accompanied by the landscapes of various locations located in Mexico City and the Metropolitan area.
The video clip published on YouTube presents a choreography starring a group of dancers, who walk and dance around places found in Aztec land.
The music video was directed by Tanu Muino, who captured images of his favorite architectural spots found throughout Mexico City.
According to the description of the video clip released from the official channel of Elton John, the choreography was authored by Jacob Jonas, who adorned the video with a contemporary dance performed by the best dancers.
“Hold Me Closer” Video Director Tries To Live Up To Expectations
Tanu Muino included in the description of the clip his desire to exceed the expectations of the performers, Elton John and Britney Spears, as well as that of the fans.
“Going into filming this video, I knew there would be a lot of emotional expectations among the audience and fans. With this responsibility, I had to do something different and unexpected. The dance had to be innovative to draw attention and make Elton and Britney proud.
“To capture this magic, we filmed in my favorite architectural places in Mexico City,” said the director of music videos, who also revealed that since her childhood she listened to Britney Spears and Elton John.
The locations in the video of Elton John and Britney Spears
Muino was in charge of showing off images of Mexico City set to music with “Hold Me Closer”, which are being seen all over the world.
To begin with, the video clip begins with some aerial shots that capture part of Cablebús line 2, which goes from Santa Martha to Constitución de 1917, together with the colorfully painted houses in its surroundings.
In addition to this landscape, the director brought the music of Elton John and Britney Spears to Casa Luis Barragán and Los Clubes in Atizapán de Zaragoza.
Finally, the architecture of the Nest of Quetzalcoatl in Naucalpan was not lacking in the filming of the choreography, as was the Agustín Hernández Architecture workshop located in Bosque de las Lomas.
In the comment box of the video, some Mexican fans said they were looking forward to seeing the stars of the single, however, not being so, they showed their support for the collaboration and return of Britney Spears.