New: Miike Snow – “Devil’s Work”

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Swedish pop purveyors Miike Snow had music fans of all ilk talking upon the release of their 2009 self-titled debut thanks to its myriad of irresistible electro-dance tracks, but they’ve been quiet about its follow-up until yesterday, when they premiered “Devil’s Work” on BBC’s Radio 1.

New material from the guys maintains the wide appeal that got them noticed in the first place – indie instrumentation (that catchy piano riff and those horn and string bursts meld in seamlessly) amalgamated with clubby elements (that vocal editing is fabulously well done, and those stabs and whirls of synthesizer sneak up where you don’t expect) leads to another surefire winner. Listen up.

MIIKE SNOW – “Devil’s Work”

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