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Fantastic Irish dance video from Fusion Fighters

Irish dance group Fusion Fighters have created an innovative video that merges their brilliant choreography and dance routines with modern technology and film trickery.
Fusion Fighters are one of the hottest Irish dance groups out there at the moment and this latest video gives a sneak peak into their imaginative and creative performances.Fusion Fighters Irish dance video
Fantasy Fusion is the name given to the video. It features the Irish dancers dancing in a weird and wonderful computerised world of colourful blocks and skyscrapers.
The talented team at Fusion Fighters have made the video entertaining. The music is by Brian McGrane who has worked with international stars Celtic Woman. The soundtrack features a wonderfully haunting violin played by Nicole Lonergan accompanied by drums to add to the rhythm.
The dancers in the video are led by Chris Naish, former Riverdance and Lord of the Dance star, and creator of Fusion Fighters. World champion brothers Michael and Matthew Gardiner are two of his fellow performers.
The video is expected to rack up hundreds of thousands of views online, and is a great way to promote Fusion Fighters and their modern, exciting routines of Irish dance.
2015 saw several brilliant Irish dance videos, as choreographers and performers push the limits and take Irish dancing into a new generation. Fusion Fighters are amongst those leading the way with their clever and exciting routines and videos.
Take a look at the video below.

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