Posts Tagged ‘Death In The Afternoon’

July 6, 2016

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July 4, 2016

We haven’t heard from Swedish duo Death In The Afternoon since 2015, but they’ve made ravishing return with their first track of the year, Good Enough. This far more than “good” number alternates between sleek dreamy electro and guitar simmering synth funky rock. The combination is sonic gold, a scintillating and entrancing Yukon Blonde gone Tame Impala

or The Black Keys mixed with M83 sort of concoction.

September 23, 2015

Swedish duo Death In The Afternoon strut back on the scene with a new tune named We Don’t Have To Go Out Tonight. Now that I’m getting kind of old, that’s actually how I feel most evenings. But I digress. DITA brings an abundance of their funky electro pop sound on the playful yet dreamily twirly song. Glowing summer warmth enshrouds a driving disco beat and satin falsettos on the easily addictive indie dance groover. The new track is the third single from DITA’s self titled album, out Octobe 30th via Sommarhjärta.

July 15, 2015

Swedish band Death In The Afternoon, or DITA, brings plenty of summer and 80′s throwback vibes on luscious new synthpop offering, ‘82. There’s a saccharine, swooning charm to the song that reminds me of The 1975, paired with a balmy, airy radiance like that of Young Galaxy or St. Lucia, all steeped in some M83 dreaminess. Chillwave, new wave, and electropop dance languid, weightless circles around each other on the aptly named ‘82, which will be released via Summer Heart’s label Sommarhjärta on August 28th. DITA certainly sound nothing like what I’d imagine from their name. Quite the opposite, in fact.