Margaret Qualley Shows Off Her Dance Skills in the Enchanting Music Video for Bleachers' 'Tiny Moves': Watch!

Jack Antonoff's band released their latest single, 'Tiny Moves,' and its accompanying music video on Wednesday

Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley’s adorable love for one another is on full display in the latest Bleachers music video.

Antonoff’s indie rock band Bleachers shared their latest single, “Tiny Moves,” and its accompanying music video on Wednesday. Like the group’s video for the song “Alma Mater” before it, the visual stars none other than the singer/producer’s wife and frequent collaborator.

In the charming music video, the actress, 29, approaches a waterfront overlooking New York City — from the side of Antonoff’s native New Jersey, of course — and lets go entirely as she breaks out into jubilant choreography.

<p>Bleachers/Youtube</p> Margaret Qualley in the music video for "Tiny Moves"


Margaret Qualley in the music video for "Tiny Moves"

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Wearing a delicate, long white dress that flows with every pirouette, sheer socks and ballet-flat-inspired oxfords, the Sanctuary star dances in tandem with the song’s lyrics and its enchanting, ‘80s-sounding track.

“The tiniest moves you make / Watchin' my whole world shake / Look who's on the edge again / On the edge again,” the Grammy winner, 39, sings blissfully, as if detailing how monumental it can feel to let another person into you world and allow yourself to fall for them.

It's eventually revealed that the spotlight the Emmy-nominated actress is dancing under is the warm glow cast off the headlights of a car, which the “I Wanna Get Better” artist is sitting on. As Qualley walks over to her husband — with whom she tied the knot in August 2023 — he looks like he’s at peace, and simply basking in each of “the tiniest moves” she makes.

<p>Bleachers/Youtube</p> Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley in the music video for "Tiny Moves"


Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley in the music video for "Tiny Moves"

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Bleachers shared the video to their Instagram and revealed in the caption that Qualley — who studied dance before she pursued acting — choreographed her performance in the video herself.

The Maid star also co-directed “Tiny Moves,” along with filmmaker Alex Lockett, according to Vogue.

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Upon the video’s release, Qualley opened up to the outlet about what her vision was for the project.

“More than anything it was kind of just a love letter to Jack,” she shared. “We made this a few weeks before we got married, and I just thought it would be the kind of thing that, one day, I might want to show the kids.”

<p>Emma McIntyre/Getty</p> Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley

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Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley

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“Tiny Moves” is the second team-up between the Poor Things actress and Bleachers, as she was previously among the cameos in the video for their single “Alma Mater,” also featuring Lana Del Rey and Clairo.

Both tracks, along with the lead single “Modern Girl,” will appear on the indie outfit’s forthcoming, self-titled album, which is due out March 8 (via Dirty Hit). It follows 2021’s Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night.

Next year, the “Rollercoaster” band will promote their new project out on the road on the From the Studio to the Stage tour. The 18-date show runs throughout May and June and sees stops in cities like Chicago, Nashville, Dallas, Boston, Philadelphia and more before wrapping up with a special show at Ashbury Park, New Jersey’s Stone Pony Summer Stage.

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