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Thursday, June 9, 2016

Premiere: You've Gotta Hear Lungs and Limbs' Electronic-Dance Track, "Less Ordinary"

Posted By on Thu, Jun 9, 2016 at 10:11 AM

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If you're a fan of electronic-pop music, then you've got to hear Lungs and Limbs. The Occidental-based quartet, which formed in 2013, makes smooth, synth-heavy dance tracks with catchy hooks that sound startlingly similar to Swedish electronic band, Little Dragon. 

In "Less Ordinary," the first single off their to-be-released sophomore EP Big Bang, premiered here on SF Weekly, staccato drums meld with slithering synths for an upbeat, stripped-down, '80s inspired track that you can't help but dance to. Lungs and Limbs' guitarist, Nick Tudor, produced and engineered the song in the band's horse-stable-turned-recording-space, called Make It Work Studios, where the band's fall 2015 debut EP, Lifelike, was also recorded. 
With "Less Ordinary," the group wanted to create a "danceable, slightly dark, yet upbeat feel referencing Michael Jackson and other 1980's dance-pop as inspiration for the beat and tones," says singer Karina Rousseau, adding that the lyrics are about special relationships with people in her life. 

Catch Lungs and Limbs at Nick of the Woods at 9:30 p.m., Friday, June 17. More info here

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