Norwegian collective FIEH have released an accompanying visual to their compelling single ’25’, a track that melds lounge, jazz and pop with an effortless air of sophistication. The light vocal tones combine with tingling piano keys and a rich melange of instruments, provided by this eight-strong outfit. There is a sense of journey despite the metronome-style beat and continued vocal hook of “25 hours a day, I am on it baby” as the track travels on before breaking into a completely psychedelic guitar outro.

The video is as equally enchanting as the sonar, an unnerving piece that follows the band inducting their latest member into the world of FIEH. It has an Anderson-esque look and a plot that is disturbing; yet soft lighting, decadent settings and a healthy dose of velvet makes the viewer believe all is wonderful and warm.

Citing Erykah Badhu and D’Angelo as some of their biggest influences, with the likes of Elton John and Glass Animals singing their praises, it’s clear this band have big ambitions for their sound. The crossover between the worlds of pop, R & B and jazz is undoubtedly going to be a tricky feat but FIEH have an undeniable groove and masterful grasp of their instruments. Plus, they always say, eight heads are better than one. Don’t they?

Check out the track's oddly dreamy music video above and follow FIEH on Facebook and Instagram.