This is the first single from Swedish avant-garde pop star Jenny Wilson's new album Exorcism, and the animated video by the Swedish animator Gustaf Holtenäs is a delicately illustrated and, on the face of it, aesthetically pleasing piece. But it also contains true horror.
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