Teleman – ‘Strange Combinations’

 

Speedy Wunderground is a singles label where each release has been written and recorded in 24 hours, coordinated by Dan Carey, previous releases have included TOY, Telegram, Kate Tempest and many more.

For their 11th release, they’ve got a great single from London band Teleman, ‘Strange Combinations’, their first new material since the band’s sublime 2014 debut album Breakfast. Out on April 6th as a one-off limited 7”, ‘Strange Combinations’ is a three-minute slice of propulsive rhythms, funky synth work and Tom Sanders’ echoing vocals soaring over the top of an unmistakeable Teleman sweet spot between pop and indie. In many ways it sounds like a cross between Hot Chip and Metronomy; with a hefty dose of Teleman’s recognizable beautiful sweeping guitar-pop, psych textures and splendid crystalline pop sensibilities. Utterly magnificent!

Accompanied by a Dan Carey dub rework, you can stream both sides of ‘Strange Combinations’ below ahead of its release on April 6th.

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