I don't think the '80s will ever go out of fashion when it comes to music, and Video Age are doing their best to keep the decade alive with the new, glorious single "Lover Surreal."
Video Age are made up of longtime friends Ross Farbe and Ray Micarelli who have been heavily involved in the New Orleans DIY scene. After dropping their debut album, Living Alone, in 2016 the duo are gearing up for the release of followup record Pop Therapy.
"Lover Surreal" is the second single from the album and will transport you back to a time where pink suits and bad moes were common place, with this quirky electronic dance floor filler brimming with nostalgia. Following on from slinky first single, "Hold On (I Was Wrong)," this latest nightclub jam is one for lovers of giddy synths, carefree vocals and good times.
Premiered by Stereogum, the band described the track as a:
Dance ballad about an imaginary love affair. Someone is reaching out into the void, patiently waiting for love to respond.
Pop Therapy is set for release June 15.