Wednesday, May 9, 2012


Hot on the heels of our love letter to Superhumanoids and the '80s dream machine pop of recent single "Geri", the Silverlake quintet have been kind enough to grace us with the premier of new single "Too Young For Love" ahead of their NYC live dates supporting Active Child at Bowery Ballroom and Mercury Lounge this week. Coming off like Class Actress and Cocteau Twins on a '90s R&B kick (right down to the groaning Ginuwine synths), "Too Young"'s swirling atmospherics go down like soft serve ice cream and when Sarah Chernoff's faux-naïf musings leave her lips, you just want to catch them with your own. It's a summery treat that makes love feel like a thing of the future. And what a bright future it is.

DOWNLOAD: "Too Young For Love" - Superhumanoids [exclusive]

1 comment:

elastic said...

I toook my daughters to see them last Saturday. This song was the highlight of the whole show. It was fantastic!
Plus, all the members of the group were very sweet and kind to my girls unlike Active Child.

Thanks for the download!