Swedish pop artist Nea (AKA Linnea Södahl) has released her debut single “Some Say.” While the song is her first, she is by no means a newcomer to pop. You may recognize her work, as the Swede is a prolific songwriter with credits on tracks for artists such as Zara Larsson, Anne Marie, Tove Styrke, Tinie Tempah, and more.
“Some Say” samples Eiffel 65’s infectiously catchy 1998 hit “Blue (Da Ba Dee),” producing a haunting new track that illustrates the persistent feelings of unrequited love. The music video, also released today, showcases love in all its forms, including real couples instead of actors. The director, Argentinian filmmaker Leo Adef, set out to create a visual that explores sexuality and adolescence through a more intimate lens.
Watch the video for “Some Say” here: