The above Tyrone Lebon-directed visuals for Mount Kimbie's "Carbonated" represent the last we'll be hearing/seeing from the London-based duo's acclaimed 2010 album, Crooks & Lovers. And it's only appropriate that Lebon is at the helm of the video as he put together all of their press shots, album art, and previous visuals. His handheld camera approach suits Mount Kimbie's music perfectly because it breathes and pulses like the songs themselves. Lebon also captures the dark vibe of "Carbonated" exceptionally well as he follows the video's protagonists on their mundane daily routines, which lead to, of course, a night filled with dancing at a club. There's something very peaceful about it all. And also very danceable.