Neneh Cherry and Robyn Embrace ’90s Tradition in “Out of the Black” Video

Swedish singer/songwriter Neneh Cherry’s last solo album before February’s Blank Project was released 18 years ago, when music videos still looked like bad collage art you’d see on a wall at Central Perk. The first video from Blank Project is a warmhearted throwback to the aesthetics of her ’90s roots, and what better a way to celebrate than with ’90s-Swede-pop-sensation-turned-2000s-international-poster-child-of-robo-heartbreak-and-lumpy-sweaters, Robyn? “Out of the Black,” directed by Dario Vigorito, pummels us with dated graphics and backdrops and bedecks the collaborating Cherry and Robyn in unflattering weatherproof jackets — to very flattering results.