"All the Lovers" is a song by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. It is the first single from her upcoming eleventh studio album, Aphrodite. "All the Lovers" was written by English electropop duo Kish Mauve and was one of the last songs to be recorded for the album. Minogue chose the song as the first single since she felt it was reflective of the mood of Aphrodite. "All the Lovers" is an electropop song with loud synthesizers, that has been compared to Minogue's 2004 single "I Believe in You". Its lyrics are an invitation to the dancefloor. "All the Lovers" was positively received by contemporary critics, who praised its dance anthem nature and deemed it as a classic Minogue single. The song has charted in the top forty of Czech Republic and Japan, and reached top-five in Slovakia. The music video for "All the Lovers" portrays Minogue in the middle of a flash mob of people wearing white underwear.
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