PAUL VAN DYK
UNVEILS OFFICIAL “I DON’T DESERVE YOU” VIDEO
FEATURING PLUMB

World-renowned DJ PAUL VAN DYK has just unveiled the epic music video for “I Don’t Deserve You,” the latest single from his album EVOLUTION featuring singerPlumb. In the video, shot near Nashville, TN earlier this month, PAUL and Plumbare on the run from authorities after an unknown event. The video premieredTuesday, September 25 on Billboard.com, where the track currently sits at #2 Breakout on Billboard’s Dance/Club Play Chart.

“I Don’t Deserve You” was co-written by PAUL VAN DYKPlumb and songwriterMatt Bronleewe (Natalie Imbruglia, Kimberley Locke). The video coincides with the release of the “I Don’t Deserve You” Remix EP (available now on iTunes), featuring the title single, plus six remixes of the track, including one by Santa Barbara producer Seven Lions.

For more on PAUL VAN DYK, visit his official site at www.paulvandyk.com.

“I Don’t Deserve You” Music Video: http://youtu.be/ZpeJhS8POtM

“I Don’t Deserve You” Remix EP on iTunes: http://bit.ly/PWsEfK

“I Don’t Deserve You (Seven Lions Remix)” Video: http://youtu.be/7_iyK53E_0Q

EVOLUTION on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/evolution-deluxe-edition/id513278299

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