Kaytranada – “Lite Spots” Video

Montreal dance/R&B drum connoisseur Kaytranada just dropped one of the best albums of the year so far in his debut 99.9%. One of the more danceable tracks on the album is “Lite Spots,” and today he stars in a very fitting visual treatment from frequent Ryan Hemsworth collaborator Martin C. Pariseau. The producer showcases some slick dance moves with a robot homey that he builds in his garage. The two dance through the streets of LA, encountering friends that are more than willing to teach the robot new moves. The robot can get down, matching almost everyone move for move. The video is pretty much a clinic for how Kaytranada wants you to move to his music. If this song ever drops in any establishment I’m in, I’m going HAM with this video as inspiration. Or I may just catch him on his newly announced tour and hopefully some of the spectacular dancing in the video will find its way on stage. Watch.

Tour dates:

05/10 Reims, France @ Cartonnerie
05/11 Utrecht, Netherlands @ Tivoli
05/12 Paris, France @ Le Trianon
05/13 London, UK @ Troxy
05/14 Brussels, Belgium @ Les Nuits Botanique
05/19 Montréal, Quebec @ Metropolis
05/20 Toronto, Ontario @ The Danforth Music Hall
05/24 San Diego, California @ Observatory North
05/25 Los Angeles, California @ The Fonda
05/26 Orange County, California @ The Observatory
05/27 San Francisco, California @ Mezzanine
05/28 Seattle, Washington @ Showbox
05/29 Portland, Oregon @ Euphoria
05/31 Denver, Colorado @ Gothic Theatre
06/01 New York, New York @ Highline Ballroom
06/03 Washington, DC @ 930 Club
06/04 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania @ The Roots Picnic
06/11 Manchester, UK @ Parklife Festival
06/12 Brighton, UK @ Wild Life Festival
06/13 Zurich, Switzerland @ Volkshaus
06/17 Lisbon, Portugal @ Village Underground
06/18 Barcelona, Spain @ Sonar Festival
07/23 New York, NY @ Panorama Music & Arts Festival
10/21 Melbourne, AUS @ 170 Russell
10/22 Northbridge, AUS @ Metro City
10/27 Fortitude Valley, AUS @ The Tivoli
10/28 Auckland, NZ @ Studio
10/29 Newtown, NZ @ Enmore Theatre

99.9% is out now on XL.