Oyster Kids – 40 Nights

A little bit mystic, a little bit nostalgic, Oyster Kids latest offering is a conjunction of pop fusion.

While it’s immediately noticeable that Oyster Kids are as pop as pop can and should be, 40 Nights culminates Oyster Kids’ lack of similarity to their LA background. Making distance from their previous release Gum (Everybody’s My Friend), ‘their summer anthem for misfits everywhere’, their latest work falls between the cracks of daytime and nighttime LA.

Injecting the high gloss shine of daytime LA, while countering their bright eyed pop, with a slight influence of dark neo-pop and funk, 40 Nights transforms Oyster Kids from pristine pop producers, to sultry nighttime stars.

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