Out of Frequency 4/5
Danish outfit The Asteroids Galaxy Tour drop their latest effort Out of Frequency, dosing the dancefloor in swanky horns, psychedelic funk swagger in a sunny pop shell.
The Asteroids Galaxy Tour set the tone for the band's sophomore effort with interludes "Gold Rush Pt. 1 & 2" and "Dollars In the Night" needless tracks that act as mire distractions to the real gold which finally kicks in on track 4, "Major" a slinky seduction number chalk full of brassy horns and sassy swagger.
While lead single "Heart Attack" is a sunny pop anthem on hyperdrive, with an instantly catchy melody, it's sure to be a house party favourite. Elsewhere, the hazy, swirling psych-pop of title track "Out of Frequency" and big band strut of "Cloak and Dagger" make for exhilerating pop.
Out of Frequency achieves an effortless cool, turning out pop gems. Taking no prisoners on "Fantasy Friends Forever" with its thumping beat, and expansive sound it's bright, technicoloured pop that's irresistible and warms the chilly winter months.
Essentially Tracks: "Heart Attack," "Major" and "Cloak and Dagger"
Check out the video for "Heart Attack" below: