Hollywood star Florence Pugh has shown off her pipes in the music video for her brother’s latest single, shot at their father’s restaurant in Oxford.
The Academy Award-nominated actress, 27, is seen duetting to Midnight with her brother Toby Sebastian in the video, with the track first uploaded to his old YouTube channel back in May 2021.
In the newly-released video, the pair perform on stage together at Kazbar, owned by their father Clinton Pugh, making it a full family affair.
Florence, of course, brought her usual brand of high-fashion glamour (we’re still not over her bright orange Baftas look), wearing an electric red two-piece suit paired with a red lipstick.
Alongside her brother – who played Trystane Martell in Game Of Thrones – the duo sing a story of blossoming love on the dancefloor, over acoustic guitar and piano.
The video, starring Virginia Del Sol and Josh Taylor and directed by Mike Palmer, features a special credit to their father Clinton at the end.
Sharing the video on Instagram, Sebastian said they had ‘a lot of fun with this one’, adding that he hoped his fans enjoyed the new music.
He previously said of teaming up with his sister: ‘We’ve always grown up collaborating as a family, which is kind of the beauty of this song.
‘When I was writing the song, I was literally walking out the door to go and do the final edit and my mum was like, “Floss, why don’t you sing some backing vocals?”, so we jumped in the car and with no rehearsal and about 20 minutes of studio time, and Florence added her magic to the track.
‘We had so much fun filming in our family restaurant, a place that my sisters and I all grew up in. The restaurant has an amazing vibe so we knew it would be the perfect setting for the music video.
‘We shot the whole thing with a crew and cast made up of close friends and family, so it was a lot of fun.’
Florence has been as busy as ever in the past few months with releases including acclaimed Netflix film The Wonder and headline grabbing Don’t Worry Darling, opposite Harry Styles, coming out.
The movie was plagued with claims that there were fall-outs between filmmaker Olivia Wilde and her leading actress, as well as the rather unexpected ‘spit-gate’ situation between colleagues Harry and Chris Pine coming out of Venice Film Festival.
‘If there was drama, there was drama,’ Chris said of the now-infamous shoot in a new interview with Esquire.
‘I absolutely didn’t know about it, nor really would I have cared. If I feel badly, it’s because the vitriol that the movie got was absolutely out of proportion with what was onscreen.
‘Venice was normal things getting swept up in a narrative that people wanted to make, compounded by the metastasizing that can happen in the Twittersphere. It was ridiculous.’
He also maintained that Harry was ‘a sweet guy’ and zero spitting occurred.
Florence will next be seen in A Good Person, written and directed by her ex-boyfriend Zach Braff, and co-starring Morgan Freeman.
A Good Person is scheduled to hit cinemas on 24 March ahead of launching on Sky Cinema in April.
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