As Danish producer Goss prepares to unveil his sophomore EP, Homeland Security (due Nov. 9), said to be more experimental than his last effort while still retaining some pop sensibilities, we have an exclusive premiere of the video for the lead single from the project, "Fever Ray". Shot over two days with one of his closest friends, Joacim Fougner, he told Complex over email that the video was an "extremely simple idea which somehow seemed to snowball into this piece that I'm very proud of."
Speaking about the video, Goss told Complex: "The video was made by me and my great friend. Just the two of us. It was really nice to go all guerilla on the thing and do whatever we wanted. When you are only two people, it makes everything way more flexible. Plus, you can't hide from yourself when you make things with your friends. They know who you are so there's no sense in trying to be something else. We shot it in two days. It was an extremely simple idea which somehow seemed to snowball into this piece that I'm very proud of. The song is about escapism, and I think that is very much implemented in the video. I am looking for something, but I don't really know what it is."