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Architecture in Helsinki are back in their indie pop glory with a full Andy Warhol-esque makeover for their new album Now + 4EVA, released on Friday.
But besides bringing back SMS language what do they have to offer this time around?
…A nostalgic throwback to the early 2000s, that’s what!
Just check out their tune “I Might Survive”. It’s school discos, scrunchies, rubber bracelets and flip phones all in one catchy, catchy song.
There’s some definite Kylie Minogue influences in this track, from the poppy beat, Kellie Sutherland’s fun vocals to the full choruses. If you don’t believe me, just have a listen to Can’t Get You Outta My Head. But there’s still some remnants of their older style too with that jumpy synth, reminiscent of their 2012 hit “Contact High“.
A solid release from Architecture in Helsinki, check out the rest of the album on Spotify or grab a copy! Keep up to date on their website and be sure to catch them touring soon in the lineup for the Groovin The Moo festival!
By Erin Rooney