**PIC Blur-endorsed Icelandic duo move from techno to post-punk on an itchy claustrophobic debut
It’s Not Over Yet
Old people may notice that the track is a cover version of the mid-’90s ‘classic’ by Grace – a cheesy staple anyone who’s ever spent any time in a Mediterranean sex’n’sangria resort will remember fondly – and as such may expect this, and indeed any, version not to work in the least. But, by God, it does, slowed imperceptibly and shot through with a genuine sense of longing, some vast synths and pummelling near-industrial drums. There are a few sirens in there too, obviously. But not many. All in all, it takes a middling rave tune from a bygone era and turns it into a city-levelling snowball of big, momentous dance-rock – and just in time for festival season too, when people are casting their spiritual nets wide for summer anthems. Well, they can haul in those nets, because they’ve just caught a monster.
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