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FREEDOM NOW AND OTHER JAMS, PT. 2
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6/12/19

It's time to party like it's 1955 with courtship.—the L.A.-based duo with a knack for funky freshness.

Grab a cigar, pour some whiskey, kick back and enjoy the tongue-in-cheek clip for their new single, "Guy Stuff." The energetic, piano-driven song arrives ahead of forthcoming full-length The Art of Breaking Hearts—a set inspired in part by some of their favorite artists growing up: ELO, Daft Punk and Burt Bacharach.

Following a year on the road with the likes of Passion Pit, The Wombats, Weezer and more, the pair popped back into the studio to create the follow-up to their acclaimed Denial In Paradise album, which earned more than 9m streams on tracks like "Tell Me Tell Me" and garnered praise from an array of tastemakers.

Keep your eyes on these guys, and this "Guy" for that matter.