Your Planet by Young Ejecta
This month, Young Ejecta, a synthpop duo of Leanne Macomber and Joel Ford, have just ejected out another great single from their upcoming release The Planet, the follow-up to their 2013 full-length ten-song debut Dominae. The title track, called “Your Planet”, is the second single issued from the mini-record/EP, with “Welcome To Love” as the lead single of the album. Like “Welcome To Love”, “Your Planet” is a song from these two people well-worth listening to.
Macomber’s songwriting and breathy voice is beautiful as ever here, though she doesn’t sing for the majority of the song. What we mostly get is a catchy-as-heck dream-pop disco jam with 1970s-influenced four-on-the-floor percussion, second-half-duple video game blips, a sick bubbly bass line and dreamy synth pads, synth, or sampled, choirs and euro-synth leads. Even though it seems to drag a little bit, it’s that kind of drag that no one would ever want to stop dancing to.
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Check it out, and be sure to get The Planet on January 27, 2015.