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Happy To You by Miike Snow

Album

Happy To You

Miike Snow

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Album

Happy To You

Miike Snow

Play on Napster
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Label: Downtown Records/Republic Records
After tearing up indie dance floors with the electro-pop sheen of their debut album (and hit "Animal"), the Swedish/American trio dishes out post-club grooves on sophomore effort Happy to You. The band sounds tamed, favoring heaps of woozy synth tricks, reverb and highly affected vocals, like on "Black Tin Box," where Lykke Li's coos melt through almost unnoticeably. Much of the album blends MGMT's falsetto psychedelia ("God Help This Divorce") with Death Cab's restrained indie pop ("Devil's Work"). The most "Animal"-istic track doesn't come until the end with the bouncy "Paddling Out."

About This Album

After tearing up indie dance floors with the electro-pop sheen of their debut album (and hit "Animal"), the Swedish/American trio dishes out post-club grooves on sophomore effort Happy to You. The band sounds tamed, favoring heaps of woozy synth tricks, reverb and highly affected vocals, like on "Black Tin Box," where Lykke Li's coos melt through almost unnoticeably. Much of the album blends MGMT's falsetto psychedelia ("God Help This Divorce") with Death Cab's restrained indie pop ("Devil's Work"). The most "Animal"-istic track doesn't come until the end with the bouncy "Paddling Out."

Songs

About This Album

After tearing up indie dance floors with the electro-pop sheen of their debut album (and hit "Animal"), the Swedish/American trio dishes out post-club grooves on sophomore effort Happy to You. The band sounds tamed, favoring heaps of woozy synth tricks, reverb and highly affected vocals, like on "Black Tin Box," where Lykke Li's coos melt through almost unnoticeably. Much of the album blends MGMT's falsetto psychedelia ("God Help This Divorce") with Death Cab's restrained indie pop ("Devil's Work"). The most "Animal"-istic track doesn't come until the end with the bouncy "Paddling Out."