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has just dropped a new single, and it's much more great than it is fine or ok.
Lead singer John Sandler calls "Touch" a "straight up love song," and the romantic lyrics are only part of the reason why. Sandler's smooth vocals and Luke Moellman's uplifting, synth-y beats drag you into a new world full of blissful comfort, as if you're lying next to the person you love.
"Touch" doesn't do much to break the mold of the band's previous work, but with a signature style this good, that's not a bad thing. Their retro beats and pop melodies make for easy yet interesting listening. They're just likeable, demonstrated by the 32 million streams of their previous track "Find Yourself." Their sound also meshes well with other artists. They've collaborated with big names like The Chainsmokers and St. Lucia, and opened for the likes of Tove Lo and the X Ambassadors.
Expect more drifting, futuristic journeys of this nature in the near future. The band is prepping a new EP for the fine folks at Ultra to be released later this Fall.
Also, check out the band's rousing set at Bands and Brews in 2016.