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British chillwave duo Summer Camp has a serious crush on the day-glo sounds of the ‘80s, displaying a shrewd ability to distill vintage techno-pop’s giddy synthetic bounce into something sly and irresistible. Under the production guidance of Pulp’s Steve Mackey, band members Jeremy Warmsley and Elizabeth Sankey tap into the teen-angst themes of ‘80s John Hughes films, channeling them into clattering grooves, fuzzy synthesizer lines, and reverb-bathed vocals. Sankey’s vocals are sweet with a hint of brass, able to capture the mix of desire and spite coursing through “Better Off Without You,” “Last American Virgin,” “Done Forever,” and similar tunes. Warmsley is a good romantic foil on the Human League–like duet “Losing My Mind” and sings lead on the teasing, Prince-ish “Brian Krakow.” As the closing track, “1988,” makes clear, Summer Camp loves to romp through the electronic dreamscapes of the Reagan/Thatcher era, delighted by its absurdities and mesmerized by its beats.

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They're so good! I've been waiting for this album! IT's truly genius, and Summer Camp is amazing.


This album is excellent!! Also, i don't think i've ever seen an album come with so much stuff lol.


I have been hooked on this album since I purchased it!! Amazing tracks and vocals that seduce you time and time again AH! Music. It is recommended. Highly.


Formed: October, 2009

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

U.K. artists Jeremy Warmsley and Elizabeth Sankey started making music together as Summer Camp in October of 2009, and their sunny wash of mellow C-86 pop was a timely fit with the lo-fi synth pop craze (coined "chillwave") that was sweeping the States. With their identity concealed, the two posted a short series of videos that went viral due to their clever usage of gauzy old movie footage — "Ghost Train" rearranged the tame scenes from the 1969 X-rated film Last Summer, and "Round the Moon"...
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