AlunaGeorge debut 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest'-inspired video for 'Best Be Believing' – watch

Track is taken from duo's album 'Body Music'

AlunaGeorge debut 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest'-inspired video for 'Best Be Believing' – watch

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Alunageorge have debuted the video for their new single 'Best Be Believing' – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to watch.

The video sees the pair give their own take on the classic film One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest as singer Aluna Francis causes dancing-inspired havoc in a psychiatric hospital. The track is taken from their debut LP 'Body Music', which also features blog favourite 'Your Drums, Your Love' and a "refreshed" version of their debut track 'You Know You Like It'. The duo, who are comprised of Francis and producer George Reid, recently scored their first Top 20 hit with the song 'Attracting Flies'.

'Body Music', which was released in July of this year, debuted at Number 11 on the Official UK Albums Chart and is currently streaming via SoundCloud. The tracklisting for the LP is as follows:

'Outlines'
'You Know You Like It'
'Attracting Flies'
'Your Drums, Your Love'
'Kaleidoscope Love'
'Bad Idea'
'Diver'
'Lost & Found'
'Best Be Believing'
'Superstar
'Just A Touch'
'Body Music'
'Friends to Lovers'
'This Is How We Do It' [bonus track]



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