11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

STRFKR plunge into the infinite, pondering the notion of self amid a dizzying mix of interstellar synth-funk. Frontman Joshua Hodges looks inward, weaving in Eastern philosophy—and even sampling Alan Watts on "Interspace"—while grappling with a pervasive sense of loneliness. His vocals often sound detached, gliding languidly through laser-sharp synths and booming beats on slick dance tracks like "Tape Machine" and "Satellite," but by the woozy, droning closer, an epiphany strikes: "You're all right where you are/Being no one, going nowhere."

EDITORS’ NOTES

STRFKR plunge into the infinite, pondering the notion of self amid a dizzying mix of interstellar synth-funk. Frontman Joshua Hodges looks inward, weaving in Eastern philosophy—and even sampling Alan Watts on "Interspace"—while grappling with a pervasive sense of loneliness. His vocals often sound detached, gliding languidly through laser-sharp synths and booming beats on slick dance tracks like "Tape Machine" and "Satellite," but by the woozy, droning closer, an epiphany strikes: "You're all right where you are/Being no one, going nowhere."

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