Now that their debut album is out, LSD are going the extra mile to keep people talking about it. The supergroup consisting of Labrinth, Diplo and Sia had let a single titled "No New Friends" trickle out a month prior to the release. Today, they've shared a stimulating music video for the song.
The visual accompaniment bears more similarity to that of LSD's "Thunderclouds" than their music video for "Audio," portraying a fantasty scenario with colorful costumes and props. The back-and-forth exchange between Sia and Labrinth is emphasized as the former artist is depicted as a giant holding the latter in her hands.
LSD debuted in May of last year with a single titled "Genius" that also appeared on their recent album. The timing of the group's formation is likely no coincidence; shortly after they started releasing music Diplo revealed that his Major Lazer project would soon call it quits.
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