Danskhall-influenced Ellinor Olovsdotter, a.k.a. Elliphant, is a brilliant display of the versatile Swedish music today, and of how weirdly genuine Jamaican pop sounds when exported to the cold Stockholm land. Denmark's naughty daughter Karen "MØ" Ørsted's trademark is singing about the confusing pilgrimage to adulthood, while swirling a ponytail under dark synth-beats. One is an MC, the other is rooted in punk. The common denominator is obvious - a tough-girl persona, surrounded by a gang of stone-faced, gum-chewing, fierce-looking young women moving in slow-motion.
The collaboration of the two most hyped Scandinavian female electro pop artists sounds surprisingly mellow. Instead of the typical for the Nordic ladies i-don't-give-a-fuck party track, "One More" is a depressing electro ballad, carrying the vibe of a wasted, lonely and disillusioned afterparty.
In the video, the two are in the back of a car, fighting and making out in tracksuits, light-up sneakers and geisha hairdos.