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you like shimmering riffs, catchy sing-alongs and bright layers of synths, then Swedish lads Colleagues are sure to be your kind of band. Having just uploaded the video for their new single, Tears, the visuals to the track are mind-blowing and kaleidoscopic in nature, featuring a quirky collaboration between Colleagues and the Smusicwedish mime legend, Bo W Lindstrom who has specifically tailored his performance based on the song itself.

For those not yet familiar with Colleagues, these Swedish guys make art the central theme when it comes to their music, and Tears/Parents’ House is no exception judging from both the song and the accompanying video. Awesome stuff!