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Detroit's Britney Stoney releases stunning video for 'O.D.'


Britney Stoney enchants in visual for "O.D." - SCREENGRAB
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  • Britney Stoney enchants in visual for "O.D."

The sweet sonic angel known as Britney Stoney just dropped a frothy, cotton-candy track about catching feelings — and the video will have you floating above the bullshit.

In her first video since 2017's sad-girl prom anthem "Grip", directed by artist KATAI, "O.D." toggles between camera-phone quality and beautiful cinematic rooftop shots of Stoney flexing her queen-ness wearing pink tulle and looking every bit like a cloud in a dream, fittingly against an infinite blue sky.

"Call me when you're lonely, call me when you're all messed up," Stoney sings, channeling her inner Lorde circa Pure Heroine, balancing both control and softness.

"Give me all you got, give me all you got," she continues, as if to suggest she can handle it all. If "O.D." is any indication, we'd say that Stoney's emotional bandwidth is surpassed only by her cunning ability to turn vulnerability into the ultimate power move.

Catch feels with "O.D." below.

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