Clean Bandit Taps Julia Michaels for Fun New Track and Video 'I Miss You': Premiere

Clean Bandit and Julia Michaels
Rita Zimmermann

Clean Bandit and Julia Michaels

Grammy Award winning electronic dance group Clean Bandit recently tapped rising singer-songwriter Julia Michaels for an all new track, “I Miss You.” Today, the group shares the song’s visuals exclusively with Billboard.

The track comes packed with the bright symphonic elements synonymous with any Clean Bandit project, living up to the hype of an act still hot off their latest hits “Symphony,” featuring Zara Larsson and “Rockabye” with Sean Paul and Anne-Marie. Band member Grace Chatto spoke to Billboard on the meaning behind the track, saying, "It's a simple song, about the unbelievable pain of breaking up with someone you love.”

Featured vocalist Michaels is no stranger to the industry – even though she’s only 23 years old, the singer had written tracks for Demi Lovato, Fifth Harmony, and more top stars prior to launching her solo career as a performer at the start of 2017. Michaels started her year strong with solo single “Issues,” which Chatto describes as her “favorite song so far this year," before adding, “She’s super-talented and really nice too.”

The video, which was in fact self-directed, features the performers in all red ensembles dancing around the desert. Chatto explained that the group bonded over the filming process. “Making the video in the desert outside of Los Angeles was very special -- we got to know each other better in the blazing heat,” Chatto mentions, adding, “We experimented with special effects and train tracks."

See the brand new video in it’s entirety, below and check out dates for Clean Bandit's upcoming 2018 North American tour after the jump. More information on the tour can be found on their website here

Clean Bandit 2018 North American I Miss You Tour Dates:
March 26 -- Vancouver, B.C. @ Commodore Ballroom
March 27 -- Seattle, Wash. @ The Showbox @ The Market
March 28 -- Portland, Ore. @ Crystal Ballroom
March 30 -- Berkeley, Calif. @ The UC Theatre
March 31 -- Santa Ana, Calif. @ The Observatory
April 2 -- Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Novo
April 3 -- Tempe, Ariz. @ The Marquee
April 5 -- Dallas, Texas @ Granada Theater
April 6 -- Austin, Texas @ Scoot Inn
April 7 -- Houston, Texas @ White Oak Music Hall Downstairs
April 9 -- St. Louis, Mo. @ The Ready Room
April 10 -- Indianapolis, Ind. @ Deluxe @ Old National Center
April 11 -- Chicago, Ill. @ Vic Theatre
?April 13 -- Millvale, Pa. @ Mr. Smalls Theatre
April 14 -- New Haven, Conn. @ College Street Music Hall
April 17 -- Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Brooklyn Steel
April 19 -- Washington, D.C. @ 9:30 Club
April 20 -- Philadelphia, Pa. @ Trocadero Theatre
April 21 -- Norfolk, Va. @ The NorVa
April 23 -- Charlotte, N.C. @ The Fillmore Charlotte
April 24 -- Atlanta, Ga. @ The Loft
April 26 -- St. Petersburg, Fla. @ The State Theatre
April 27 -- Fort Lauderdale, Fla. @ Revolution Live
April 28 -- Orlando, Fla. @ The Beacham Theatre


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