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"I have a very free mind,” Olovsdotter admits in our interview. “I’m not so interested in names and numbers... I’m spelling everything wrong, and I don’t really care what people think. That’s my superpower."
Our Japan correspondent speaks to the all-girl rockers in a Tokyo gig right before their world tour to discuss new album 'Hello World' and how eager they are to try some tequila in Mexico City.
Directed by Ellis Bahl.
From the album, Intratable. Directed by Javier Borroni.
Directed by Bright Asare.
From the Thinkin Of U EP. Directed by Jonas Börjesson.
From the album, Missio. Directed by Taylor King.
From the album, Kingston City. Directed by Dameon Gayle.
Directed by Linus Nyström Bertholdsson.
Directed by Cambiowashere.