Clean Bandit have a penchant for self-producing simple yet effective music videos that get people talking. Unlike OK Go, however, Clean Bandit couple their videos with songs that aren't rubbish. When we first featured them back in August 2011 with the video for early single Telephone Banking, they were utilising an often under-used musical tool in the shape of a children's Sega Mega Drive orchestra, while the video for A&E featured a giant gold snake creeping across the streets of London. In the video for their top twenty single, the techno-meets-classical hybrid Mozart's House, the band created an intricate stop-motion visual accompaniment, while Dust Clears soundtracked a short film inspired by Walter Raeburn's painting, The Skating Minister. While their current single Rather Be (co-written with Jimmy Napes, who helped create Disclosure's Latch) continues their love for mixing uplifting, classical-inspired violin and featherlight dance, the video – premiered here – is tinged with a darker undercurrent, as the band's Jack Patterson explains: "[The song] is quite romantic.