Boasting their signature jangling synths which resembles the sound take of a red hot day on the White Isle, Carl Louis and Martin Danielle are now preparing to instal themselves on the newly launched Agape Music, a fresh lateral of Strictly Rhythm. After the success of their release of The Message in 2009, every track off the hands of the abovementioned Norwegians has become instantly iconic with their prolific and glorious signature sound that helped them catch the prestigious attention of the Swedish House Mafia and latter instal the under-rated three-piece Little EP on Size Records earlier this year. With intricate yet so tangible build-ups, the latest output from the progressive act is ornamented by a dreamy vocal and a memorable setting of a sweeping synth crescendo, perfectly supported by a thumping beat.
The package due out on Agape shortly also comes along with a remix from label head Thomas Sagstad himself, whom returns to remix duty after remixes on We Are and Live Your Life. With the aforementioned credentials at his mercy, Sagstad extends the interlude of the original and adds a significantly sharper and clearer synth-like progression whilst still preserving the original’s peerless Summer vibe.
FiveAM is set to release on December 13th.