Friday, March 21, 2014

Architecture In Helsinki Drop New Single, 'NOW + 4EVA' LP Out 4/1 Streaming w/ Billboard

NEW Single “Echo” Unleashed w/ The AV Club 
+ Album Streaming In Full w/ Billboard!

“…a big, bold pop singalong record in the INXS/Fine Young Cannibals sense.”
– Stereogum
“…the Australian group is putting out some of the catchiest pop around these days.”
– The AV Club
“ …a harmonious piece of pop with jagged rabble rousing intonation, reminiscent of Joe Strummer with a dash of brass.” – VICE’s The Creator’s Project

Architecture In Helsinki is one of Australia’s most infectious & beloved pop bands. Following their internationally acclaimed 2011 album Moment Bends, the band will release their highly anticipated new LP NOW + 4EVA on April 1st via their own Casual Workout. To tide fans over until the release, the album is now streaming in full withBillboard!
The band’s highly polished & unique pop sound reaches an even brighter level on NOW + 4EVA! Having previously shared album cuts “Dream A Little Crazy,” “In The Future” & “I Might Survive,” AIH today drops the irresistibly catchy “Echo,” an enthralling pop masterpiece laced with saccharine synths & sublime melodies. Check out “Echo” where it premiered with The AV Club or HERE, and we encourage you to post & share!

In typically avant-garde AIH tradition, the band has also just launched their very own concept store in Melbourne, Australia to coincide with the release of the new record! The NOW + 4EVA Concept Store will include a capsule collection by clothing label Kloke, bags by Witu, and nail polish by Kester Black (pictured below), amongst others.

NOW + 4EVA was mixed in Los Angeles and Montreal by Francois Tetaz & Damian Taylor. Long-time collaborator Tetaz is most notably known for his efforts with Gotye’s full-length album Making Mirrors as the engineer/mixer, as well as working with Kimbra. Taylor has a successful past working with Bjork, Gotye, The Killers & Arcade Fire.
Stay tuned for more news from Architecture In Helsinki coming soon!

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