The track, which is described as having themes of "celestial wonder" and hinting "towards the greater good" will be released on streaming platforms on October 29 via Armada Music.
The video directed by French filmmaker Alexis Jaulmes, features a man fleeing Paris in a hospital gown - hitching a ride with a number of unlikely faces across the countryside, even featuring a cameo from the producer himself.
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Spoken-word vocals announce in French over the top of the soulful house rhythm: "Art is an echo of the creative force that birth the galaxies. Creativity is the way the cosmos evolves and communicates with itself."
Stereoclip, real name Maxime Merkpoel, first began his musical career in his home city of Brussels in 2010, creating compositions inspired by a trip to Berlin.
The dramatic success of his 2015 release 'Easy Field' got him spotted by the Delicieuse Musique team, going on to produce his first EP and LP, 'Hometown' for the label, and heading on an international tour of Europe.
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He's since graced the stages of festivals and clubs such as Tomorrowland, Dour, Piknic Elektronik, ADE and Rex Club and his second album on Armada Music - 'Travel'.
'Inner City Angels' comes from his third album, also on Armada Music, is due for release November 26 - including singles 'All Over Magic' and 'Sunset Drive.'
You can pre-order 'Inner City Angels', which will be out October 29, right here.
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