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peaches drops sensual, androgynous dance video for how you like my cut

The latest promo marks the first time the Canadian artist has not appeared in one of her own videos.

by Matthew Whitehouse
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03 November 2016, 9:26pm

Peaches has shared the latest installment of films from her Rub album campaign. Self directed and featuring choreography from Filipino dancer Eisa Jocson, the visuals for How You Like My Cut are based on a form of exotic dancing performed in the Philippines and marks the first time the Canadian artist does not appear in one of her own music promos, describing it herself as a "more quiet, sensual Peaches video".

"I first saw Eisa Jocson perform 'Macho Dancer' as a much longer and more involved piece for a dance festival in Berlin," she continues. "Eisa recreates the male exotic dancing that happens in the Philippines only by Filipino men performed in nightclubs primarily for the enjoyment of women. I was struck by how androgynous and delicate this gender specific dance is interpreted."

If you want to see Peaches in the flesh, you can catch her on a UK tour that kicks off in Glasgow this Friday. Check out the clip, below.

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