To make it to album number three, a group has to make a compelling debut and then avoid the sophomore slump. If you reach that third record, you are supposed to be a professional, a stone-faced musical grown-up. But don't tell that to De Lux. After their 2014 debut Voyager and 2015 follow-up Generation, the LA duo is gearing for its best and brightest LP, More Disco Songs About Love. The difference between this album and all the rest? Let's ask the band: "We like to say Voyage was our baby, Generation was our baby all grown up and More Disco Songs About Love thinks growing up sucks and just wants to party smart."
First single '875 Dollars' premiered on the 405 ''875 Dollars,' sets the stage with a pulsing funk bass, lithe synths and the kind of vocal performance that transports you immediately to the dance floor, even if that dance floor is just your living room.' Juan MacLean's Casa De 707 remix of '875 Dollars' featured on Magnetci Mag, Last Gas Station and more UK Press, online and radio campaign. Past print press support from Q, Clash, Sunday Times, Metro, NME, die Zeit, Intro, and more. Past online support from The Line Of Best Fit, Noisey, Loud & Quiet, Evening Standard and more Heavy radio support on 6Music from Huw Stephens, Lauren Laverne, Tom Ravenscroft, Vic Galloway, Gideon Coe, Don LEtts, Steve Lamacq, Chris Hawkins and more For fans of Talking Heads, Classixx, Television, LCD Soundsystem, Poolside, Parquet Courts, Car Seat Headrest, New Order and more Quotes: "De Lux makes it possible to dance, think, dance, wonder, and dance some more." - Huffington Post "Taking cues from instant disco legends LCD Soundsystem, Talking Heads' funkier moments and the heady grooves of Neon Indian, L.A. duo De Lux fills the sleek, sexy disco-pop void left by defunct or inactive bands like The Rapture and GhostlandObsevatory. Slick grooves, saccharine harmonies and fat keyboard licks abound" - Nashville Scene "De Lux have concocted the perfect mix of disco, post-punk and
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