There must be something in the water in Sweden.
Violet Days happens to be great at pop music and… surprise! She’s Swedish. Not unlike her compatriots Tove Lo, Miike Snow and Zara Larsson, Violet Days has carved out her space in moody electro pop. In collaboration with her producer and co-writer Kris Eriksson, Lina Hansson has gained some serious traction over the past few years, racking up millions of streams on just Spotify alone. Just over a week ago, the songstress independently released her latest single, “Just A Little.” Today, C-Heads brings you an exclusive first look at it’s visual counterpart. The song, which Hansson cites as being about “something that is too good for you,” is accompanied by an emotionally moving and well-choreographed video that is based on a Swedish comic book from the 1960’s, which is now available for streaming, below.
“This song is about being scared when something is too good for you, and you feel like you constantly have to mess it up just a little to actually feel great.”
“The music video gives you a more personal glimpse into the relationship of the characters of the EP, “Made in My Head”; showing you the balance between the good and the bad. The EP is inspired by a Swedish comic book from the 60´s; there are two characters from that book that we had our friend help us re-make and animate in our own way to tell the story.”