Listen to Lust for Youth's Dark Synth-Pop Track, "Chasing the Light"By Noisey Staff
With a new 12-inch on the horizon, Lust for Youth has been gracious enough to give us a taste of what's to come with this new track, "Chasing the Light." The Swedish producer has been slowly moving away from his dark, droning sound circa 2009 and has instead opted for more straight-forward, New Order and Kraftwerk-influenced synth-pop bangers. Dropping on Sacred Bones, Lust For Youth's new EP, Chasing the Light, comes out February 19th on vinyl as well as limited edition purple vinyl. Pre-order that bad boy here and check the stream below.
For all of you residing across the pond, Lust For Youth also has shows this coming month. Check the dates below.
Lust for Youth
Feb 7: Copenhagen, DK, Spillestedet Stengade
Feb 12: Göteborg, SW, Debaser
Feb 14: Stockholm, SW, Nattmaran
Feb 22: Copenhagen, DK, Mayhem
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