Check out the Fusion Fighters latest video series to David Guetta's "Don't Leave Me Now".

Formed in 2013 by dancing champ Chris Naish, Fusion Fighters is a performance crew that combines Irish dance with other forms of dancing and fitness with different music and technology elements.

The troupe's videos often enjoy viral success. They have also performed at iconic venues such as Trafalgar Square and at the Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow for the World Irish Dance Championships.

Fusion Fighters feat. David Guetta

Awesome!  Fusion Fighters feat. David Guetta

Publiée par IrishCentral.com sur Lundi 12 novembre 2018

The group is back on form with their 'compilation videos' - and the first one is set to one of David Guetta's most popular tracks.

The performance also features fiddle player Anne Marie.

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The video features dancers all over the world performing Irish dancing footwork and their own fitness routines.

Unsurprisingly, it has gone down a treat on social media. "I am in awe! Their feet move so fast, and it is so beautiful to watch," one commenter wrote. 

For more about the Fusion Fighters, visit there website and Instagram page.

For more coverage of the Fusion Fighters on IrishCentral.com, see below:

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