This is curious. A blend of drum machines, fey male vocals, and plenty of synths. Polystar cite classic Depeche Mode as an influence but for a more recent comparison I'd chuck in Ex-Rental and Fosca (what do you mean, "who"). Big choruses and unashamed flamboyance typify the listening experience. 'Drink & Smoke' ("..don't drink and smoh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oke..") is a case in point, rising harmonies and disco rhythms combine for something Stay Beautiful would class as a dancefloor filler. Floppy hair and dapper suits, camp chic and glitterballs, very much for those who just can't get enough.
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