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A first look at Vitamins new video for "Sequined Dress (Jovian Moons Workout Remix)"

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Before the band hibernation/recording season sets in for the colder months, Vitamins -- itself in the process of recording new material for release next spring -- has offered up a new, tricked out version of "Sequined Dress (Jovian Moons Workout Remix)," from 2009's Songs For Stem Cells.

The remix itself comes courtesy of the band's own Matt Daniels, and the bright and blurry images have been created and brought together by Raven Schillereff and John Botts (who has also worked with Achille Lauro.) The clip stars lead singer Lizzy Allen and friends as warped, spandex-clad gym rats performing exaggerated dance routines while making suggestive gestures with their mouths. Check it out after the jump.

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