Norwegian electronic pop artist Sandra Kolstad is something of a magnet for wild ideas and creative energy (and numerous parenthesis) as displayed not only in her musical output, but surrealist artwork and videos - such as with 'Circles (It's Got Every Little Part of Me Running In' from late 2012.
Now she's back with a new NSFW video that we are delighted to premiere that contains nudity, a bloodied heart torn out, pale dancers and bicycles. The track in question is 'Run Away (Where Are We?)', and is taken from fabulous album (Nothing Lasts) Forever that is out via Trust Me.
In retrospect, we know now that the period it captures - following the band as they support their critical and commercial breakthrough, Transatlanticism - was the most important of their career, as...
What makes this video interesting is that they've called on the services of two fans to create it.
The duo performed 'Public Enemy No.1' with the help of the Roots.
He also shares a new remix of 'Don't Tell 'Em' featuring French Montana and Ty Dolla $ign.
Nice cowboy hat.
'Everyone and Us' - which follows lead single 'Breakdown' - is a cool, exotic piece of organic electronica that you can stream in full right now.
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