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Tokyo Denmark Sweden – Lights Off

Written by Toby Smith on September 20, 2012

Formed in late 2011 and heavily influenced by a shared interest in all things dance/pop/electronic/Macbook Pro, Tokyo Denmark Sweden are rising fast from newcomers to indie dance favourites. With their debut single Little Quarters attracting blogger love both at home and overseas and airplay on Triple J and community tastemakers FBi, Triple R and 4ZZZ, Tokyo Denmark Sweden are more than ready for the remainder of 2012.

The Sydney party-starting upstarts are about to release their new single Lights Off. This atmospheric indie dance groove with pumping synth lines and soaring vocals, will be accompanied by remixes and followed up by their debut EP late September. These new releases combined with their punchy live sets – which have earned them supports with Parachute Youth, RÜFÜS and Pluto Jonze – should confirm Tokyo Denmark Sweden as one of Australia’s most exciting up and coming bands.

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