Icona Pop Know What's 'Good for You' - Premiere

Swedish electropop duo bubbles with spirit

Icona Pop
Fredrik Etoall
October 15, 2012 9:00 AM ET

Click to listen to Icona Pop's 'Good for You'

On their new track "Good for You," the Swedish electropop duo Icona Pop bubble over with thumping synth claps, morphing melodic ebbs and the inviting vocals of members Aino Jawo and Caroline Hjelt. As they sing over the powerful hook, "You hate my love because you're dead without it" – revealing a sharp attitude and also a tone of pure fun.

"Good for You" is off Icona Pop's upcoming Iconic EP, out October 16th.

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