Fusion Fighters team up with David Guetta to create brilliant Irish dance video
Irish dance stars Fusion Fighters have done it again – with a fantastic video set to David Guetta’s global hit ‘Don’t Leave Me Alone’.
The group have teamed up with Guetta and will be releasing a series of videos set to the French DJ’s top tracks.
Fusion Fighters are led by Chris Naish who founded the group and is one of the leading creative forces behind some of their top videos.
Over the last few years they have built a fantastic reputation as one of the world’s most innovative and talented groups in Irish dance.
They are credited as being one of the leading acts who have with helped to bring the wonderful art form into the 21st century.
Their new video features Waterford musician Nicole Lonergan and world champion Irish dancer Tyler Schwartz.
It was shot in Sydney, Australia and features a number of contrasting locations including city rooftops, outside a wood cabin, by the sea, a local bandstand and in front of the famous Sydney Opera House.
Several magnificent Irish dancers were also featured in the video including; Danah Pham, Michael and Matthew Gardiner, Conor Kennedy, John McCullough, Simone Adele Loysen, Olivia Nachtigal, Londyn Nachtigal, Fiona Dargan, Megan Farrell, Cece Trapani, Bailey Quigley, Eve Sheridan, Altyn Batyr Dance Group (Kazakshtan), Joey Roca, Siobhan McGoldrick, Gillian Monaghan, Kaitlyn Sardin.
The skills on show are superb and the video is sure to whet the appetite for the upcoming videos in the series.
Take a look at the video below.
Written by Michael Kehoe @michaelcalling
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