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Nelly Furtado celebrates Day of the Dead in Waiting For The Night

January 9th, 2013

Nelly Furtado has released the fourth single from her 2012 disc The Spirit Indestructible with the sombre dance track Waiting For The Night. In true Furtado fashion, the new song doesn’t sound like any of the Canadian singer’s previous singles from the album, which includes Big Hoops (The Bigger The Better) and Parking Lot.

Waiting For The Night is reminiscent of a track from Furtado’s 2003 Folklore, with a surprise break down in the last 30 seconds that may have been better served as the main beat for the track. Donning a day of the dead mask, Furtado and her army of female dancers perform a Spanish-inspired dance routine in the black and white video.

Check out Nelly Furtado in her video for Waiting For The Night below.

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