“West London women have no passion.” A bold claim, but English duo sings it so sweetly it’s hard to disagree. That opening line sets the tone of their second single “She Came,” and the two spend the song’s just-released video roaming streets and roofs looking, presumably, for an alternative.

Fé makes indie rock at its sweetest and cleanest. Frontman Leo described “She Came” as “an old fashioned love song, set amidst the new aristocracy of West London.” But the video doesn’t stop in the west. It takes its viewer to all four corners of the city, underground, onstage, and into the parks. It’s the kind of sequence that can show you the various faces of a bustling metropolis—Fé acts more as a spirit guide, present throughout the tour but never in the way.

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