The Swedish pop star’s mild and ethereal ‘Keep Off My Thoughts’ has a definite edge.
Skott first made waves in 2016 with mysterious, otherworldly pop songs like “Porcelain” (Lorde’s favourite) and “Wolf” (Katy Perry’s go-to jam). The Swedish pop star constructed on that preliminary buzz with a string of spectacular singles and 2018’s ethereal Keep Off My Thoughts EP. She now returns with a daring, self-released bop known as “Bloodhound.” “I’ve been on the lookout for an alibi, take you out of sight,” the singer/songwriter threatens on the pre-chorus. “I launch the hounds they usually’re operating out.” The absurdly catchy and astoundingly easy refrain is comprised of two phrases: “Doo Doot.”
“It’s okay to point out your tooth a bit of typically, and never fear an excessive amount of about pleasing others or enjoying it secure, which I feel many people can discover ourselves doing at occasions,” Pauline Skött (her actual identify) says of her new launch. “I really feel like beginning my very own label sort of runs in the identical mindset. The tune is playful and doesn’t take itself too severely. I hope it resonates with some weirdos on the market doing their very own factor.” She additionally unveiled the video, which she co-directed with Paras IV.
The clip was shot on-location in Rättvik, Sweden, which is located alongside the jap shores of Lake Siljan the place Skott grew up. It tells the story of an eerie city that’s rapidly loosing residents, however gaining an ever-larger canine inhabitants. Watch the strange visible beneath.
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