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Boomkat Product Review:
Gothenburg duo jj quickly follow-up their universally adored Balearic/chillwave opus jj no.2 with this slightly more downbeat follow-up. Joakim Benon and Elin Kastlander return with another raft of gauzy beats and washed-out synths, but here there's a more reclined feel and perhaps a more conventional relationship with songs. Some of the summery, beat-driven emphasis of old is down-played and instead there's a move towards the kind of twee-pop that's been revised so winningly by fellow Swedes Club 8. The duo flirt with danger on 'Let Go' - which has a fairly close run-in with Enya during the chorus, even throwing in some harmonica tones for extra added weirdness - but that sort of thing works alarmingly well within the jj universe, and certainly by the point you arrive at highlights such as 'And Now', 'Into The Light' and the especially memorable 'You Know', Benon and Kastlander will probably have you firmly on-side.