Pirouetting on decadence, meeting eyes with a dizzy sensation, falling and flying at the same time—Lust for Youth are feeling free on the band’s new eight-track self-titled collection. Hannes Norrvide and Malthe Fischer are reporting to duty with a fresh agenda. A dalliance with classic synth-pop is the new kid at the party, and it’s safe to say that everyone is getting along fine.
After revealing the detached synth-pop of lead single, “Great Concerns,” and the Mexico City–inspired follow-up, “By No Means,” Lust for Youth still delivers unexpected thrills to longtime fans, though first-time callers will be similarly beguiled. Rich with echoes of decades past, Lust for Youth is all about tomorrow.
The band’s revived appreciation of the dance will be released to the world on June 7 via Sacred Bones. In the meantime, take an exclusive spin in this sleek and sporty roadster below.