Rising Swedish artist Elliphant premiered a new track, 'Boom Your Head Up', at the Grammis last night. The impossible-to-categorise Ellinor Olovsdotter performed the aggressive, swaggering track at the Swedes' equivalent of the American ceremony and was accompanied by a choreographed display of riot shield wielding dancers. The emergence of the song comes almost straight after the release of her single 'Live Till I Die' which was also released yesterday, and 'Down on Life' which had a December release. Watch her performance above.
The theme, unplanned by the way – just what we envisaged when we listened to these beautiful tracks – seems to be WATER. We got lake, river, bath, rain, sea: all great bodies of water.
The desolate landscape combined with random dreamlike characters seems almost Jodorowsky-esque.
A reindeer runs around a frozen city as the singer inhabits an imaginary jungle world in this video.
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