Norway's Birgitta Alida follows up her soaring, timeless chamber-pop gem "Glory" -- one of our favorite songs of the year so far -- with a delightfully warm and breezy new summer jam, out this Friday on Bergen label Blanca Records. Inspired as much by the classic girl groups and yé-yé singers of the '60s as the irresistible modern pop flowing out of her native Scandinavia these days, the vibrant "When I'm With You" is a wistfully sweet and romantic indie-pop nostalgia trip that Birgitta says is "about someone or something who brings out the best in you and makes you forget your troubles." "It describes the endorphin rush you get when you’re doing that specific thing, or you’re with the person you love," she explains, "and the contrast between this and life before.” Watch the dreamy VHS home-movie visuals, directed + edited by Frode Boris, below: