Ptaki has been featured a few times on Indie Shuffle now, and their latest track sticks to what is becoming a much-loved template: sunny, Balearic slo-mo disco, with a Polish touch (which is provided by the vocals on "Termy").
This track was premiered by Stamp the Wax, who has described it rather well:
"A seductive melody is wrapped around delicately strummed guitars, cavernous drums and a cascading reverb-soaked vocal line, passed through what sounds like the aural equivalent of Instagram’s lark filter. Even taken away from its ideal summer context, this one has the potential to direct some of the most stubborn club-goers toward the dancefloor when deployed in a warmup set."
You can pick up a copy of Ptaki's Antypody EP on Friday, from Picadilly.