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Editors’ Notes

Wunder Wunder sound like both Australia and Los Angeles—you can almost see diamond-shaped bits of sun glittering on ocean waves as you listen. Producers and musicians Aaron Shanahan and Benjamin Plant relocated to L.A. from Down Under a few years before this debut LP appeared, and the sunshine-and-beachy glee of the music reflects both places. Somewhat along the lines of MGMT, the songs here are guitar-driven but built on electronic rails that glow with neon brightness. “Everything Infinite” is pure pop glory, with golden rays of synth notes and silver shards of shimmering tambourines, plus layers of harmonizing voices climbing like gospel exaltation. Among the pop gems are winsome, sleepy tunes like “Midnight Hours” and ambient explorations like “Dreams of the Fall” (flavored with some Beatles-style mind-tripping). “Trouble in Utopia” sparkles with a freewheeling Monkees–meets–Of Montreal vibrancy that's intoxicating, and hints of Tame Impala’s brand of psych-rock color “Dreams of the Fall” and the groovin’ “Sure Stuck.”

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awesome

album is awesome! lovin' it!

Blissfully invigorating!

A surreal pop experience comparable to the likes of Passion Pit. Give it a listen!

It's like summer never left

Perfect album through and through.

Biography

Formed: 2011 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Wunder Wunder were born from the studios and minds of producers Aaron Shanahan and Benjamin Plant. The two producers, originally from Australia, worked in collaboration for years on electronic productions before relocating to Los Angeles in the early 2010s. They began working on the songs that would eventually lead to what became Wunder Wunder after this relocation, taking inspiration from the temperate climate and oceanic energy and filtering it into their sunny, laid-back new tracks of slightly...
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