In October 2015, American electronic band, Neon Indian, unveiled their third studio album, Vega Intl. Night School. Though the chillwave-meets-disco release was well-received around the world, one song on the record truly stood out to us.
Titled Bozo, Neon Indian’s fifth track on the album sees the quintet fuse semi-french electro, disco, and vaporwave vibes into one eclectic mix. Like Com Truise, STRFKR, Bag Raiders, or Ben Browning? Then, look no further.
With cool, calm, and collected spirit, the Texas-based group delivers, smoothly drenching listeners in 80s nostalgia and intricate artifacts. Well done, Neon Indian. Well done.