The first song we ever heard from British trio London Grammar was the spectacular “Hey Now,” which captivated us from the start. Now over a year later, the song from the group’s debut album If You Wait finally gets the visual treatment premiered via Stereogum. The video plays with stop-motion animation to create this fantastical forest landscape, one where tiny orbs of light combine to form these hairy shapes that generate large light shows, the kind you might see at a Daft Punk concert. It’s all very surreal and matches the tone of the song perfectly.

Watch the video for “Hey Now” above.

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(Stereogum)