Release Date: March 2nd
The first full-length by this left-field pop collective (comprised of eight members, seven of which share the same East London crash pad/studio) will build on the meme-heavy glitchiness of their debut single "Something For Your M.I.N.D." – think the woozy weirdness of 120 Minutes' final half-hour filtered through a post-Tumblr sensibility. "For us, pop music is a thing unto itself," songwriter and producer Harry told Rolling Stone. "It's something that makes genre irrelevant. Something concise, to the point, it's catchy, it's in your head and it's creatively arranged and produced. That's ultimately what our goal is with this. We're not thinking we have to produce in this specific genre. We could take it in any direction we wanted to."