It's been a long time between drinks for Bergen-based producer Velferd, whose 2010 cut "The Aspen's Turning Gold" - later reissued with fresh remixes by Hell Yeah Recordings - has become something of a Scandolearic disco classic. There's something rather fitting, then, about his first single for seven years appearing on Prins Thomas's Full Pupp label. Happily, opener "The City That Drowned" is something of a stunner - a warm, evocative and breathlessly melodious fusion of tactile bottom-end, spiraling synths and sun-bright electronics seemingly tailor-made for summer dancefloors. Elsewhere, "Never" is a piano-heavy Scandolearic house roller, while the wonderfully positive "Through The Valley" sounds like Talamanca System jamming with Hans-Peter Lindstrom. It's good to have Velferd back.