Where once Whomadewho's records were fuelled by the club-rocking heaviness of punk-funk and post-punk disco, the Danish trio's output now has a much warmer and woozier feel. For proof check out seventh studio album Through The Walls, a masterful stroll through alternately lilting, loved up and quietly Balearic pastures. Shot through with glassy-eyed songs that variously draw influence from Low Life-era New Order, huggable synth-pop, enlightened indie-pop, Nils Frahm, Steve Moore, neo-folk and sunset-ready nu-disco drowsiness, it's a set that simply gets better with each successive listen. It may not boast oodles of club jams, but it provides fine listening from start to finish.
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