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Premiere: NONONO’s “One Wish” Video Will Make You Want To Be A Kid Again

The Swedish pop trio is back with a moving new music video, premiering right here on BuzzFeed.

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NONONO, the Swedish pop group responsible for 2013's catchiest whistle, are back with a new music video for their song "One Wish."

The song, which premiered on BuzzFeed back in June, is more subdued than their hit "Pumpin Blood" but retains the group's signature synth-pop sound. According to frontwoman Stina Wäppling, "One Wish" is about "the feeling you had when you were a kid, surrounded by your family and unconditional love. It's about having the belief and hope that you will find that feeling of home again."
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The song, which premiered on BuzzFeed back in June, is more subdued than their hit "Pumpin Blood" but retains the group's signature synth-pop sound. According to frontwoman Stina Wäppling, "One Wish" is about "the feeling you had when you were a kid, surrounded by your family and unconditional love. It's about having the belief and hope that you will find that feeling of home again."

For the video, premiering here on BuzzFeed, the band is replaced by a trio of preteen dopplegangers. The young NONONO live in a world without adults and get into the kind of trouble you always wanted to as a kid.

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"We shot in small towns and forgotten places in Sweden," director Joanna Nordahl told BuzzFeed. "I wanted to create a timeless world for the kids that could feel romantic and rotten at the same time, moving between reality and their own imagination."

They explore a dreamy Scandinavian forest.

They ransack an abandoned town in search of snacks.

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They take a break from unsupervised fun and games to contemplate existence.

They put together a moving funeral for a duck.

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And, finally, they grow up and emerge from the forest as an internationally renowned pop group.

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Get lost in the wilds of youth and watch the full video below. Download their album We Are Only What We Feel here.

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