We may be just a couple weeks into 2019, but that doesn't seem to have stopped Vicky-T, a synth-pop virtuoso who cut her chops in the beloved pop-punk Cobra Starship, from making an early entry in the "video of the year" category with the delightful 'Kryptonite.'

Directed by Raul Gonzo, the vibrant world of 'Kryptonite,' featuring an eclectic blend of colors, sets and miniatures, is a pitch-perfect reflection of Vicky-T's sensational new single. By taking a throwback 80s synth-pop and tweaking it with a few modern flourishes, including a larger-than-life singalong chorus, 'Kryptonite' immediately worms its way into your brain. And once it is in there, good look getting it out. But for Vicky-T, creating a world to complement the song was essential.

"I was a big fan of Raul Gonzo for a long time and I was thrilled to make something with him finally," says Vicky-T. "It was an amazing creative collaboration. We swapped images and ideas that inspired us for weeks leading up to the shoot. So happy with the incredible and colorful world he created."

But Vicky-T (real name Victoria Asher) is hardly giving herself enough credit. Having worked in many different art forms over the years -- including film, television, music and the visual arts -- it would seem her career has been building toward the absolutely sensational pop fantasia seen and heard on 'Kryptonite.' I can't wait to see where she goes next.

You can watch the video for Vicky-T's 'Kryptonite' up above or you can just jam out to her feel-good sound by streaming the song down below.