Four to the Floor

Infobox Single
Name = Four To The Floor


Artist = Starsailor
from Album = Silence Is Easy
Released = March 1, 2004
Format = CD
Recorded = 2003
Genre = Disco Pop
Length = 3:54 (radio edit)
4:13 (album version)
Label = EMI
Producer = Danton Supple, Starsailor
Certification = Platinum ( Australia)
Chart position = * #1 (France) * #24 (UK)
Last single = "Born again"
(2003)
This single = "Four to the Floor"
(2004)
Next single = "In the Crossfire"
(2005)

"Four to the Floor" is a hit single by the band Starsailor. The song was released as the third and final single from the band's second album "Silence Is Easy". It became a major hit, peaking at #1 in France. In the UK it peaked at #24.

Music video

There are two different videos for "Four to the Floor." In the first one the band played in a scenario accompanied by the members of a symphonic orchestra appearing and disappearing according to the development of the song and the instruments.

The second one, which uses the Thin White Duke remix of the song shows a little person (it is not clear if it is a male or female, as his/her face is never featured in the whole video) making graffiti around a city. At the end of the video this personage is caught by the police that was pursuing him the entire video. The band members plays Four to the floor shown as some other graffiti painted around the places.

The video also shows the images of famous Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara and Ben Byrne wears a t-shirt with the word "socialism" though there is not a clear connection between those images and the concept of the video.

Track listings

CD

# "Four to the Floor" (Radio Edit) - 3:54
# "A Message" - 4:28

Limited edition CD (with fold-out poster)

#"Four to the Floor" (Radio Edit) - 3:54
#"Four to the Floor" (Soulsavers Remix) - 5:12
#"Four to the Floor" (Thin White Duke Remix) - 4:36
#"Four to the Floor" (Enhanced Video)


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