Exploring, once again, the limits between electronic basslines with catchy pop choruses, the band is able to create another “alien synth-pop” gem, as they self-described their own sound. While remaining extremely confident and high-energy, the track explores a more sentimental and low-fi aspect of the band. Chris Zane, who is behind some of the best productions of Passion Pit and Friendly Fires, added some additional production to it as in “Similarities”, alongside brothers Simon and Pieter-Jan Nyutten. It is not a surprise then that the track doesn’t come actually as bad news to us.
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