Oslo's exciting experimental soul collective Fieh have released the retro, Tarantino-esque music video for their sultry new single '25'.
Sofie Tollefsbøl and co's hypnotising and melody-rich track plays out as a new member is inducted into their "cult" in the eerie Sepia-toned promo.
The topless new recruit is imprinted on with a sizzling hot stamp to the back, before being handed his own custom-made mustard-coloured jacket, adding to the retro vibe, and then an electric guitar to play a killer bluesy guitar solo.
The group - who signed to Decca Records last year - were inspired by the work of iconic surrealist filmmakers Quentin Tarantino and Wes Anderson for their Jack A Bowden-helmed music video.
Fieh was founded by 22-year-old singer and multi-instrumentalist Sofie, who was first joined by classmates Ola Øverby on drums and Andreas Rukan on bass.
Alongside the original trio, there’s Jørgen Kasbo on guitar, Edvard Synnes on keys, Lyder Øvreås Røed on horns and trumpet, Thea Arnesdotter Lien on backing vocals and Solveig Wang on backing vocals and moog.
Their infectious live performances have cemented them as ones to watch, and they've already received airplay from music legend Sir Elton John, who featured previous song 'Glu' on his Beats 1 Rocket Hour radio show.
Fieh will release their 10-track debut album on Decca later this year.