Exclusive: Hunter Siegel Channels 'Fight Club' On 'Let Me Love You Right' Video

Hunter Siegel makes a decent Edward Norton.

Chronicling a dangerous romantic liaison set against a gritty Fight Club-esque backdrop, the Toronto artist's new music video for single "Let Me Love You Right" fits the track's stripped-down approach and features vocalist Kai's sultry croons.

Watch the full premiere of Hunter Siegel's music video for "Let Me Love You Right" exclusively on Billboard:

Siegel says he collaborated with director and long-time friend Evan Adamson in order to counter the "great lack of emotion" he sees in most dance music videos.

"The standard EDM video you might see is in a club with bottles, raging crowds, and pyro, and I wanted to fill that void as much with imagery as I try to do in my songs," says Siegel. "We wanted to pay homage to one of our favorite movies but give it a new twist. The theme of 'Let Me Love You Right' is loving someone you know is wrong for you and doing it anyway, and sometimes being your own worst enemy."

Fans won't need to join a fight club to catch Siegel live, as he'll be playing a handful of shows during Miami Music Week. Announced performances include HARD Miami: Rump Shaker at Grand Central on March 27, and Hunter Siegel & Embrace Present: NO NEON at the Gale on March 28. 

Hunter Siegel's "Let Me Love You Right" is now available through Big Beat Records here.


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