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Boomkat Product Review:
Ireland's proggy electronic pop heroes return two years since their widely-acclaimed debut album brimming with ideas on 'Supermigration'. Concisely flowing between knowing homages to classic French soundtrack music, German krautrock, and the kind of evocative radiophonica purveyed by the Ghost Box crew and Stereolab, it's a flawlessly cinematic and involving listening experience, refreshing vintage ideas with youthful guile and broadly eschewing cheese in favour of a life-affirming honesty rendered to the finest degree thanks to recording sessions in a hi-tech studio in the mountains of Wicklow, as opposed to their bedroom studio. If it's highlights you're after, check for the pastoral motorik lift of 'Our Future Is Undeground' featuring former Air vocalist Beth Hirsch, the Jon Brooks-style soft focus vision 'Love Is All', their poignant interlude mood setter, 'You And Me (Subterranean Cycles)', or the adrenalised mission theme 'Happiness Is A Warm Station'.