As you might have predicted if you’d also heard ‘The Heat’ and ‘Platoon‘ , there’s a very rigid sound at play throughout – nostalgic, soulful, well-produced electronic pop. Vocally, there’s not much variation so a long-playing listen can feel a little reductive over time. Yet, when the group hit on the right vibes, they transcend their transparent techniques.
Listen to the album at iTunes. It’s out this Friday on XL Recordings.