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Mikel Cee Karlsson’s video for Junip’s new single, “Line of Fire” is atmospheric, artistic, and a little creepy. Maybe that’s why we can’t stop watching it.
Junip’s upcoming self-titled album is out April 23
I love Junip! And everything from Sweden is a little creepy: Ingmar Bergman, The Knife, ABBA…
Fever Ray :) But Junip is great. For the other peoople around; frontman José González is responsible for the heartbeats track (The Knife cover), which was used in that breathtaking Sony Bravia bouncing balls advert shot in San Fransisco.
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