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Kylie Spins Cornwall Around
8:49am 27th September 2012
(Updated 8:49am 27th September 2012)
Kylie cannot get Cornwall out of her head.
The Aussie popstar has released her latest video 'Flower', featuring Frenchman's Creek on the Lizard.
It comes after Pirate FM revealed she had been spotted at Trelowarren.
It is the first single from her Orchestral pop album, 'The Abbey Road Sessions'.
The 44 year old directed the video herself and is quoted as saying: "I wanted to direct the video as I have always known how I wanted to illustrate the song. The shoot was a fun couple of days and I hope fans love the result."
The album contains 16 classic tracks from Kylie's catalogue that have been re-imagined and re-arranged for orchestral ensemble.
Highlights include new arrangements of the global hits "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" and "The Locomotion".
It also features a re-recording of "Where The Wild Roses Grow" with Nick Cave, which was originally released in 1996.
The album will be released on November 6th.
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