Premiere: Watch a Tripped-Out Video from MLiR and Studio Barnhus

From the 'Swedish Lo-Life' EP, 'People' gets a nostalgic video montage.
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Back at the start of the month, Studio Barnhus released the debut EP from MLiR, a Swedish musical collective fronted by Marco Gegenheimer and Einar Christoffersson.

The EP, Swedish Lo-Life, signalled the duo's sun-soaked sound in all its glory with four blistering tracks. In true Studio Barnhus form, the EP features a wide array of styles, taking in golden-hued house, hip-hop-esque beats, and trippy, synth-led breaks—all the while keeping it's feel-good core.

Following the EP's digital release on June 20, MLiR has shared a beautifully pieced together video montage for "People." Full of nostalgia and bright-eyed wonder, the video is a tripped out interpretation of people in all their weird splendour.

The video was made by one half of MLiR Einar Christoffersson and can be watched in full via the player above.