Chloe x Halle Reveal Stunning “Ungodly Hour” Music Video

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Chloe x Halle have officially released the visual for their single “Ungodly Hour.”

Chloe x Halle have given us another reason to stan, late last night the duo released the official video for their single “Ungodly Hour.” 

The futuristic visual directed by Alfred Marroquín premiered on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon. It comes as no surprise that the clip begins with Chloe and Halle don skin-tight vinyl outfits while they begin a dance number inside a hidden laboratory. Lights flicker along with the beat of the track. 

Next, the sisters are seen laying in a pool of water while they wear diamond-encrusted bodysuits. There are also quick flashes of the duo in stunning gowns accompanied by remarkable facial hardware. At one point, Halle balances a lit-up chandelier on her head. The entire video feels like an ode to Afrofuturism. 

Since the arrival of the album Ungodly Hour, both Chloe and Halle have stepped into their power. The video also reflects that as they command attention in every scene of the clip. There’s also an air of sexiness that can’t be ignored, the sisters are embracing their whole selves and that’s apparent here. 

Honestly, there’s not one bad thing about the “Ungodly Hour” video, the sisters did what they needed to do. The vocals are on point, the dance moves are on point so there’s not really anything missing in the video. 

We’re looking forward to what’s next from Chloe x Halle. Chloe recently announced they have “so many exciting things” coming from her individual Twitter account which went live last week alongside Halle’s account. One surprise was the release of the “Ungodly Hour” video. The sisters also recently revealed their separate Instagrams: @hallebailey and @chloebailey

Watch the “Ungodly Hour” video below.

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