What's so good? By Hugh McClure | Oct 05, 2012 | Total plays: 40,949
Sydney's Tokyo Denmark Sweden are one of those groups who keep popping up all over my life - supporting a band I've gone to see (including RÃœFÃœS and Parachute Youth recently), on the radio, and on my Facebook and Twitter feed.
Their music is just as eye-catching (or ear-catching), and they're due to release their debut EP next month. The EP's first single "Little Quarters" already received plenty of local web and radio attention, and their second offering is bound for the same treatment.
"Lights Out" is upbeat and punchy, highlighted by the group's savvy production and Amy Pes' catchy vocals. This is a group who you'd class as a "Party Starter" given the abundance of driving synth and percussion lines.
With plenty of support already, their EP is bound to be well received, with the group about to embark on a national tour to celebrate.