So, we may be a little late to the party on this one. But nonetheless, Compact Disk Dummies’s Holy Love is a must-hear track for all electronic pop fans. Seriously, if you’re even remotely interested in producers, like Klyne, Neon Indian, or Penguin Prison, then you’ll dig this.
What starts as a casual indie-pop jam quickly transforms into a driven synth-pop hit, with electrifying brass sections and light vocals commanding our attention. In fact, Compact Disk Dummies could easily pass as the demon lovechild of MGMT and Com Truise, bridging the gaps between psychedelic rock, electro-pop, and synthwave.
Simply put, Holy Love is the ideal anthem for summer night drives, foreign adventures, and late night parties alike. Through and through, the track delivers a powerful selection of feel-good vibes and spirited sounds, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
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