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|Single by Klaxons|
|from the album Surfing the Void|
|Released||25 October 2010|
|Format||Digital download, CD single|
|Genre||Indie rock, new rave|
|Klaxons singles chronology|
"Twin Flames" is the second single to be taken from British indie rock band Klaxons' second studio album, Surfing the Void. The song was released on 25 October 2010, ahead of their upcoming UK tour. The song appeared on Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit in 2010, along with the song "Echoes".
A music video for the song debuted in November 2010. It is notable for its extensive nudity. The band members are involved in an orgy with several women. As the video progresses, their body parts begin to fuse. Directed by Saam Farahmand and inspired by the horror film Society it is notable for its use of motion control rigs and computer blending to create a surrealistic visual effect.
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- Wilson, David. "The Klaxons: Twin Flames and the rise of the NSFW video". Motionographer. Justin Cone. Retrieved 9 March 2014.