Darker electronic slice of danceable pop not the easiest thing to pull off. ; Heartbreak is the second serving from Age Of Consent. The band continue their collaboration with producer Luke Smith, he of Depeche Mode and Foals fame. The union seems to bear more creative fruit.
Heartbreak is yet another strong track, can’t see them in all black staring at the park form a bear framed window – but I bet they know what album cover I recall. I’m am sure some of that era’s sound is glimpsed in this 2012 release, just here and there.
Not saying the duo are always on form, as for the remixes, Ghost Rider (suicide mix) is not bad at all, but the Heartbreak mixes – track 3 and 4, are well realised studio adventures but leave me a little cold, realise somebody has got to love these, I sadly remember with a shiver, Hit Man And Her and their brand of dance-able music, so it is easy to say I was scarred from an early age. But the principal original mix of Track 1 is a very worthy song. 7/10