City Slang: Robin Horlock’s new video

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Local Anglo-Detroiter songsmith Robin Horlock has a new video available for the love song “Let’s Take Tonight.”

Be warned – this is very schlocky and not to be viewed unless you’re feeling particularly over-romantic. If you can watch Notting Hill and Love Actually without sicking in your mouth, go for your life.

Horlock says, “I wrote this song because I feel like in the world we live in there are so many distractions that love often fails. To make it work and make it last you have to take the time.”

See the video here.

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