The Emile Sornin-directed visuals features a cheerful boss who annoys his co-workers with his ability to levitate things he touches.
The official music video for Disclosure's "Grab Her" has arrived for fans' viewing pleasure. Directed by Emile Sornin, the funny and interesting clip centers on a cheerful boss who possesses the power to make things fly up into the air after he touches it.
He uses his talent to annoy his co-workers. He walks around the office and makes things, including a chair, a computer, important-looking documents, his lunch and even his friend's wig, fly and land on the ceiling.
J Dilla-sampling instrumental dance track "Grab Her" is taken from "Settle", Disclosure's debut studio album which peaked at No. 1 on U.K.'s album chart after being released in May 2013.
The album has been nominated for Best Album at 2014 BRIT Awards. It also received a nod for Best Dance/Electronica Album at the forthcoming Grammy Awards.
Disclosure's "Grab Her" music video