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Korallreven, "Sa Sa Samoa"

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Mysterious new video for blissed-out track featuring Julianna Barwick

On "Sa Sa Samoa," the pure pop bliss of Sweden's Korallreven gets augmented by the equally ethereal vocal loop stylings of Julianna Barwick. Director Filip Nilsson gives the transcendent, hymnal song a fittingly haunting video treatment, in which a scraggly-bearded fellow in a nice rain slicker carries around a mysterious box. We've got gorgeous natural landscapes, twinkling......read more

Trout Is All

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Three Swedish snowboarders trade in their shred sticks for flyrods

In terms of connecting with the rhythms of nature, there may be no greater pastime than fly-fishing. Add camping to the equation, and you have the perfect environmental experience. "Trout Is All" from Rolf Nylinder of Frontside Fly captures both activities in beautiful fashion. Shot on a summer sojourn to the upper Vindel River in the backcountry of northern Sweden, the clip features a couple of......read more

Taken By Trees, "Dreams"

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Swedish songstress heads to Oahu's North Shore for this beautiful, gauzy new vid

Taken By Trees, the solo bliss-pop project from ex-Concretes lead singer Victoria Bergsman, just released this video for "Dreams", which matches the song's dreamy, ethereal vibe with gauzy visuals shot on the North Shore of Oahu. As the soundtrack delivers a mix of clam-shell clap beats, hushed vocals and nimble guitar plucks, director Amanda Marsalis follows Bergsman as she cruises around......read more

World Tour, "Forever Tonight"

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Sweeping new video from one of Sweden's most promising young groups

"Forever Tonight," World Tour's meditative first single on Emotion, is described as "music that could only have been made among the remote hills of northern Sweden." We're not sure what exactly that means but we somehow agree. Hailing from Funäsdalen, a mountain town near the Norwegian border, the promising young trio keep things local for the song's newly released video,......read more

Changes

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Watch the seasons change in this beautiful video by Bart van der Gaag

As fall fades into winter, people in northern climates are hunkering down for the cold, silent season ahead. But there's a happy trade-off for high latitude folks; the transition between seasons delivers times of unparalleled natural beauty, with dazzling shifts in color and light. Swedish cinematographer Bart van der Gaag knows all about it. In "Changes," he deftly captures the passing of the......read more

Postiljonen, "Supreme"

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Check out the video for the latest slice of swooning Scandanavian pop

If you like the sun-drenched Swedish pop sounds of bands like Air France and Korralreven, then you'll love Postiljonen, the mysterious outfit behind "Supreme." Full of summery vibes and wistful, distant vocals, the latest slice Scandanavian synth pop makes us want to beeline to the beach. Now the band has dropped a similarly plaintive-feeling video for the song. Set against a hazy coastal......read more

Small Feet, "Rivers"

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Smokin' new video from Sweden's Small Feet stars a literal burning man

Swedish musician Simon Stålhamrhe, aka Small Feet, called upon compatriot director Oskar Wrango to create visuals to accompany his new track, "Rivers." Wrango literally delivered the hotness with this clip, featuring a burning man running through a northern landscape. The video begins from the end, with the man springing from the lake that he leapt in to put out the fire that raged upon......read more

Postiljonen "Atlantis"

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Roll through the desert to the dream-pop sounds of Sweden's Postiljonen

A few months back, we showed you the video for Postiljonen's gorgeous "Supreme" single. Now the Swedish dream-pop trio returns with a new video for “Atlantis," a sax-steeped track from their upcoming debut full-length, Skyer. In the clip, director Ty Olsson (who was also responsible for the "Supreme" video) centers on a young man arriving at a hotel room only to find that his love interest,......read more

Dream Lake "Fired Up!"

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Stockholm-based cuo creates self-produced dream pop

In the video for "Fired Up!," a mercurial number from Swedish duo Dream Lake, director Giancarlo Mitidieri captured atmospheric footage at three different locations in Stockholm - not the least of which is the beautiful Skogskyrkogården, the largest cemetery in Sweden. The folks featured on-screen, however, are not the artists, who told us that they wanted to engage the......read more

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