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The Toronto band nearly broke up after their breakout ‘Sore.’ Out of the ashes comes their new album ‘Heaven,’ the group's most dynamic work yet.
"It" being make both their own visuals and tracks so deftly capture the transcendence and togetherness of electronic music.
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It's a case of less is more for the London duo's new LP—which is perfectly exemplified by the minimalist cool of new track "Heaven."
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With DJ Mustard on those godly beats.
Maybe heaven—or hell—really is a place on earth.
That number seems a bit low, doesn't it?
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