11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Nearly five years after their Danger Mouse-produced debut, Electric Guest refine their breezy retro funk with shots of slinky soul and spacey synth-pop on Plural. Vocalist Asa Taccone kicks his high-flying falsetto into full gear, echoing Michael Jackson with a touch of Hall & Oates on punchy pop jams like "Glorious Warrior." His often cynical view on love sounds sweetest when backed by the HAIM sisters on soft disco ballad "Dear To Me," and most hopeful on the twitchy, trippy electro-daydream "See the Light."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Nearly five years after their Danger Mouse-produced debut, Electric Guest refine their breezy retro funk with shots of slinky soul and spacey synth-pop on Plural. Vocalist Asa Taccone kicks his high-flying falsetto into full gear, echoing Michael Jackson with a touch of Hall & Oates on punchy pop jams like "Glorious Warrior." His often cynical view on love sounds sweetest when backed by the HAIM sisters on soft disco ballad "Dear To Me," and most hopeful on the twitchy, trippy electro-daydream "See the Light."

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