Kylie Minogue has released her new video for single ‘Stop Me From Falling’ today, filmed at Paris venue Café de la Danse, as part of a run of special sold-out performances around Europe. Watch below.

Kylie Minogue – Stop Me From Falling (Official Video)

Official video for ‘Stop Me From Falling’, taken from Kylie’s new album ‘Golden’.Out Now: https://kylie.lnk.to/goldenIDVisit the Official Store for deluxe an…

Directed by French filmmaker Colin Solal Cardo, the video features a lighthearted Kylie dancing backstage before her show, getting ready to perform with her band. The video also features unseen footage from Kylie’s stripped-back, intimate performance in Paris, as well as her excited fans waiting outside the venue.

‘Stop Me From Falling’ is the second single taken from her highly-anticipated new album ‘Golden’, out 6th April on BMG Records.

‘Golden’ is one of Kylie’s most personal albums to date – with every song on ‘Golden’ co-written by Minogue. Her trip to Nashville involved working alongside two key writers, both with homes in the city. One was British-born songwriter Steve McEwan (whose credits include huge Country hits for Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney and Carrie Underwood), and the other was Amy Wadge, another Brit (best known for her mega-selling work with Ed Sheeran). It was, then, a truly international project: Golden was mainly created with African-German producer Sky Adams and a list of contributors including Jesse Frasure, Eg White, Jon Green, Biff Stannard, Samuel Dixon, Danny Shah and Lindsay Rimes, and there’s a duet with English singer Jack Savoretti.

Full tracklisting for ‘Golden’ below:

1. Dancing

2. Stop Me From Falling

3. Golden

4. A Lifetime To Repair

5. Sincerely Yours

6. One Last Kiss

7. Live A Little

8. Shelby ’68

9. Radio On

10. Love

11. Raining Glitter

12. Music’s Too Sad Without You (with Jack Savoretti)

Later this year, Kylie will bring her extraordinary creativity as a live performer back to the stage this autumn when she plays a UK and Ireland arena tour. Full schedule below:

Tuesday 18th September – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena

Thursday 20th September – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena

Friday 21st September – Birmingham Genting Arena

Saturday 22nd September – Bournemouth International Centre

Monday 24th September – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

Wednesday 26th September – London The O2

Thursday 27th September – London The O2

Sunday 30th September – Glasgow SSE Hydro

Monday 1st October – Manchester Arena

Wednesday 3rd October – Liverpool Echo Arena

Thursday 4th October – Leeds First Direct Arena

Sunday 7th October – Ireland Dublin 3 Arena

Monday 8th October – Belfast The SSE Arena

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