Hailing from a town with less than 2,000 people, Swedish pop trio The Magnettes have a sound that's as fun as it is catchy. Their new video for "Sad Girls Club" captures the group at their enthralling best. The song, which is a blend of pop and disco punk, sees singers Rebecka Digervall and Sanna Kalla wearing cheerleader outfits with the words 'Witch' and 'Psycho' respectively.
“The Sad Girls Club is not something we invented, it’s a movement that we’re part of," they say. "It’s the idea of a sanctuary, for whatever reason, that treats you as the person you want to be. Where you’re allowed to be sad, different or plain hostile. To counteract a world that tells you to smile when everything systematically sucks. This is our party and we’ll cry if we want to.”
The Magnettes' Ugly Youth is out April 7 on DigSin.