Rogov Steps Out With Dancing Girls Video & Single

The ex-Arkitex frontman’s latest draws inspiration from an infamous Paris landmark.

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Rogov kicks up his heels with his latest single and video for Dancing Girls — showcasing today on Tinnitst.

The second preview of the former Arkitex frontman’s forthcoming solo EP Tourist, Dancing Girls sprang to life not in the club, but on an evening stroll. “I was walking home past a book shop and saw a book called The Crazy Horse Saloon in the window,” he recalls. “Initially, I’d mistaken it for a book about saloons and horses, but it was about … Le Crazy Horse de Paris, a Parisian cabaret known for its diverse range of stage shows, including magic, variety, jugglers, mimes, and — most notably — burlesque. I was curious and bought the book. It was gregarious and inspired the pulse, writing, theme, and sonic fabric of Dancing Girls.

Produced by award-winning Canadian producer and former David Bowie guitarist Stacy Heydon (Teenage Head, Long John Baldry, Sheriff), the track deliers a pulsating, beat-driven ear worm, enticing audiences with its infectious hook, dusky vocals and eclectic approach. Dancing Girls follows the album’s premiere release Mistakes are Beautiful.

Watch Dancing Girls above, hear more from Rogov below, read his 20 Questions profile HERE and connect with him on his website, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.