By Tanner Stransky
Updated June 28, 2010 at 10:30 PM EDT
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J’adorable Welsh songstress Marina Lambrini Diamandis, aka the delightful musical act Marina and the Diamonds (she’s EW recommended!), has struck again—this time, with a pop-art–laced ode to fame that serves as her video for the infectious tune, “Oh No!”

I’ve been jamming to this buoyant, anthemic jam since her album dropped a few weeks back, but this highly visual interpretation from the spark-pluggish lady takes it to a new level. It’s like all ’60s-ed out with its mod influences—the fashions are divine—and primary colors. And most of all, just loving all over her general effervescence in the video. Enjoy it here yourself:

See what I mean? When I watch this video, I just think about how much I’d like to step into this wacky little world that she’s created. It’s colorful! It’s happy! It’s got juicy pink lips! How can you not smile after seeing this?

What’d you think, though? Tell me! Digging on Marina as much as me? Gonna walk around chanting “Oh, No!” henceforth?

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