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WHAT IT IS: With their sophomore LP, the U.K.-based indie-rock band expands on the slippery, indefinable nature of their self-titled debut, applying all of its giddy art-rock imagination, only this time across a much wider canvas. Throughout the album, they continue to find magic in the unexplored spaces between mu­sical genres, crisscrossing house beats with clarinets, rock hooks with reggae drum lines and more.

ALBUM: Born Under Saturn

RELEASE DATE: 5/4/15

SINGLE: “Shake & Tremble”

TV: Locking in this week Warped Tour; Island and ASCAP SXSW showcases

LIVE: Stateside dates include stops at NYC’s Webster Hall (7/28) and L.A.’s Mayan (8/6); FESTS INCLUDE Lollapalooza, Outside Lands

INTERNET: 132k+ Facebook likes, 30k Twitter followers

RADIO: Full campaign across Non-Comm, AAA, Specialty en­gaging week of release, Modern Rock to follow shortly after

PRESS: EW, Pitchfork, Under the Radar, Electronic Musician

BOOKING: Matt Hickey/ High Road

PUBLISHING: Because

MANAGEMENT: Mikey Stirton