Watch Little Dragon’s stunning and queer new video for ‘Strobe Light’

Gothenburg’s pop quartet Little Dragon shared a stunning video for ‘Strobe Light’, a track taken from their latest LP ‘Season High’. Watch it below.

Swedish indie pop band Little Dragon, which is made up of Yukimi Nagano, Erik Bodin, Fred Wallin and Håkan Wirenstrand, are known for their creativity and their new video will confirm that. Directed by Kristin-Lee Moolman, styled by IB Kamara and shot in Johannesburg, the vintage-inspired video clip features two dancers who wear dresses in a country that is still dealing with some moral and sexual taboos. About the video, the directors detailed:

We wanted to make a film that celebrates two dancers from Johannesburg and that feeling of being young and creating your own universe within your environment and being able to express yourself in any shape or form

On i-d, where the video was premiered, Little Dragon‘s singer Yukimi Nagano added:

Some of our best shows have been in South Africa,[…] The crowd reaction there always catches us off guard. Somehow we feel like our music is truly understood there. Both Nabuma Rubberband and Season High have moments inspired by South African music. It all started with Erik who is married to a South African coming home from his visits with a hard drive full of mixes and tracks of South African house. We started listening to his favourite tracks on the road, the fatness and the groove combined with the electronics had us hooked. Having the Strobe Light video made there felt like the perfect place.

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