"The electronic-led production on the piece is ambitious, playful, unfamiliar, and sporadic, and with the two lead vocalists playing occasionally off of each other in harmony, there’s a sense of fun surmised that simply can’t be duplicated with any other act out right now."Recently, the duo shared their rather intriguing new single entitled "Lazer Eyes", which serves as the second track following "Gold" to be taken from their forthcoming self-titled debut EP due out this summer. Listen to "Lazer Eyes" below and while you're at, also be sure to check out their video for "Gold". It's some pretty impressive stuff!
Premiere via All Things Go.