Earlier this year, Lykke Li announced she was forming a band, LIV. In September, the group shared their first song, “Wings of Love.” The music NSFW video, directed by the singer herself, was released Wednesday.

The newly formed Swedish folk group, which features Andrew Wyatt and Pontus Winnberg from Miike Snow, Björn Yttling from Peter Bjorn and John and Li’s husband producer Jeff Bhaskar, now has released its first music video. Categorized as NSFW, the video follows the singer walking in the woods, fully naked and accompanied by other nudist troops, embellished with a vintage filter.

In a recent statement, “I Follow Rivers” singer said the the music video is an ode to Swedish summer. The video was shared with a Li’s poem: “If you were a drug I would die in your ecstasy and your name would be utopia. I would gladly jump a thousand feet into an pitch black lake just to have something to remember in mid-November when the darkness wraps around us. I remember the sun, who refused to go down. I remember your naked back; the most beautiful painting I’ve ever seen. I remember you kissed me and all I could think of was; Don’t forget me, don’t forget me.”

In October 2015, the songstress announced she was taking a break by revealing her pregnancy on Instagram. In February, she became the mother of a little boy, Dion. Two months after, she held a house party in Hollywood to launch her band as well as her brand, Yola Mezcal. Among the guests, Lady Gaga, Lana Del Rey and Sam Smith.

Not long ago, Li teased she was preparing a solo album, following 2014 highly acclaimed I Never Learn. In an interview with Pitchfork, she revealed her forthcoming album will sound “more pop.” “I kind of started out pop by accident, and everyone was like, ‘Oh, you’re pop,’ and I was like, ‘No, I’m not! I’m indie!’ I got really offended. And then I had to make—my third album [I Never Learn] is like the least pop album ever. Then now I’m getting back to it and feeling like, Cyndi Lauper wrote some fucking amazing songs. That’s nothing to be ashamed of,” she said.