10 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Unapologetic synth-pop firecrackers arrive direct from Dublin on this union between two of the Irish alternative scene’s most intriguing players. And it’s a hell of a fruitful partnership. Whether it’s the giddy ‘80s maximalism of “The Call” or neon-lit, reggae banger “Too Much Silence”, singer Conor Adams (of peppy math-rockers The Cast Of Cheers) and guitarist Lar Kaye (from futuristic experimentalists Adebisi Shank) both nod to their pasts while marching towards a shimmering future.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Unapologetic synth-pop firecrackers arrive direct from Dublin on this union between two of the Irish alternative scene’s most intriguing players. And it’s a hell of a fruitful partnership. Whether it’s the giddy ‘80s maximalism of “The Call” or neon-lit, reggae banger “Too Much Silence”, singer Conor Adams (of peppy math-rockers The Cast Of Cheers) and guitarist Lar Kaye (from futuristic experimentalists Adebisi Shank) both nod to their pasts while marching towards a shimmering future.

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