Even with nearly a quarter-century under their belt, five years was a long time to wait between Ladytron releases. The group had settled into a comfortable cadence of three year, but 2019’s self-titled album finally arrived after two major releases. Life can get in the way – take, for example, Daniel Hunt’s move to Brazil. Or his production of big name artists like Christina Aguilera. Or various movie scores. This year, the band happily returned with its seventh record, recapturing the magic and consistency the electropop band has maintained for well over two decades. As contemporary acts and flash in the pan stars has come and gone, the group has maintained and thrived – an increasingly rare feat these days.
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