London-based pop futurist Rina Sawayama lives in 3017. And so do her relationships. Today, she's finally unleashed visuals for her digital anthem 'Cyber Stockholm Syndrome.'

"It took two years of rewriting and revising as I wrestled with the beauty and anxiety of digital life" said Rina in a recent Fader interview. "Before, I saw the internet as a captor of our time and free will. But now, I see embracing a positive relationship with our online selves as an act of self-preservation and defiance. In this age, the digital world can offer vital support networks, voices of solidarity, refuge, escape. Marginalized people, or socially anxious people like myself can, in fact, be freed." Watch below.