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    NONONO's Dreamy New Single Will Make You Want To Go Home Again

    The rising Swedish pop trio's life-affirming "One Wish" goes for the rafters. Listen to it exclusively on BuzzFeed.

    NONONO are a bright new synth pop band from Sweden, home to other modern day pop visionaries like Robyn, Miike Snow and Lykke Li.

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    Their breakthrough single, the party-starter "Pumpin Blood," has whistled its way to nearly 14 million plays on Spotify and almost 6 million views on YouTube.

    Despite having released just a handful of songs, the band has quickly developed a reputation for music that's polished and pleasing without sacrificing emotional resonance.

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    Singer/songwriter Stina Wäppling recently earned her degree in psychology while co-producers/instrumentalists Tobias "Astma" Jimson and Michel Rocwell cut their teeth producing hip-hop.

    Their new song "One Wish" premieres below exclusively on BuzzFeed. It's catchy and cathartic in classic NONONO style, but has more of an acoustic feeling, which Wäppling says was inspired by a nostalgia for childhood.

    "The song is about the feeling you had when you were a kid, surrounded by your family and unconditional love," she says. "It's about having the belief and hope that you will find that feeling of home again — whether it comes from loved ones, a place or a passion."

    NONONO's debut album, We Are Only What We Feel, arrives July 1 from Warner Bros. Watch an acoustic performance of quasi-title-track "Down Under" below.

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