Ex Cops excel at creating an all-encompassing mood and shifting it across a spectrum. It can lean towards dark, even threatening; "S&HSXX" sounds like the soundtrack to England's Industrial Revolution according to Danny Boyle. "The Millionaire" seems to let go of consciousness; it's subdued, maybe even sedated, but always beautiful. Then with debut single "Broken Chinese Chairz," the prominent shoegaze influences wash out into sunny 60s pop while co-singer Amalie Bruun momentarily sounds like a happy Nico. We're excited to see what mood they put us in next.
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