Atlas Genius is one of the few, young acts that has the knack for churning out hook-laden, toe-tapping tunes that are immediately picked up by ears of music geeks and fans alike. The Australian brotherly duo have seen early success after their hit single "Trojans" was quickly recognized by a few blogs and spread like wildfire, eventually earning the track over 24 million plays on Spotify. Equally both pop and rock, Atlas Genius contains guitar riffs reminiscent of The Strokes
mixed with a modern pop energy.
Now established as one of the most buzzworthy and talented up-and-coming, fresh faces in the pop rock world, Atlas Genius return with their latest track, "Stockholm." Filled with a driving, off-kilter guitar riff that blankets a thunderous bassline, the track leads up to the ultimate climax reminiscent of the roaring jam fills of Muse
or the heavy crescendo of Local Natives' "Sun Hands"
. Their second full-length, Inanimate Objects
is set to be released on August 28th. In the meantime, check out "Stockholm" below: