Introducing: AGE

AGEWhen irresistibly sweet pop hooks and retro-centric synth collide, the result is explosive. The Irish/Australian duo AGE capture this lush and shimmering soundscape by layering dreamlike harmonies, electronic grooves, and perpetual hypnotic beats.

Gavin Dwight and Jen Cosgrave co-produced their recently released single, "Dislocate", with mixing engineer Russ Fawcus (Wild Beasts, Noah And The Whale), and worked with Mandy Parnell (Jamie XX, The Knife) for the mastering process.  Finally breaking away from various other bands, the duo have since split their time writing and recording from bedroom sessions in Clapton to overnight shifts at North London's Tileyard.

Even though they formed last year and have only played a small number of warm-up gigs, AGE recently supported Temper Trap and played the Radio X/AIM Awards. Their sound is a refreshing breath of air, saturated with an intoxicating aroma. The real merit of their songwriting comes in through synthetic nuances that swell across as seamless organic instrumentation. With analog keyboards bouncing in a staccato pulse, their sound glides in soothing melody. The final product is in the realm of The Naked and Famous, and fans will hungrily devour each layer of harmony-drenched inflection.

It's easy to get lost in the groove that AGE creates. The propensity of their music builds on an airy simplicity that finds beauty in its inviting open spaces. Their music is perfect for a long drive down a crisp blue stretch of coast, or under the buzzing glow of a city's neon lights. Either way, there's a bright, infectious note just right for the occasion.

Find out more about AGE and listen to "Dislocate" below.

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