Icona Pop Detail New Album ‘Club Romantech’, Share New Single

    Icona Pop have shared the details of their first album in a decade. The follow-up to 2013’s This Is… Icona Pop is called Club Romantech, and it’s out September 1 via Ultra Records. Listen to the new single ‘Where Do We Go From Here’ below.

    “’Where Do We Go From Here’ was one of the first songs we wrote in the fall of 2020 after realizing we couldn’t move back to LA because of the pandemic,” Aino Jawo and Caroline Hjelt said in a statement. “Back in Stockholm, we formed a small crew to start making music and thought ‘what the fuck are we going to do now?’ Eclectic, fun, hard, pop, deep, mainstream, catchy, weird, late at night, early in the morning – always with a tear in the corner of the eye and a smile on our face. That’s how ‘Where Do We Go From Here’ feels and that’s how CLUB ROMANTECH feels too.”

    Talking about the album, Hjelt said: “As Icona Pop, we can release a pop tune or a super hard dance song, and that’s who we are. When we started to write this album, we didn’t have any rules. We just had a vision we wanted to share with our fans.”

    “We’re inviting them into our world.“We put all of our problems and stress into what we’re doing,” Jawo added. “We love disguising our heartbreaks and sadness in uplifting songs you can dance to. It was a very emotional process, and it’s all in the music.”

    Club Romantech Cover Artwork:

    Club Romantech Tracklist:

    1. Fall In Love
    2. Desire (with Joel Corry)
    3. Shit We Do For Love (with Yaeger)
    4. Stick Your Tongue Out
    5. Make Your Mind Up Babe
    6. Stockholm At Night
    7. Where Do We Go From Here
    8. I Want You (with Galantis)
    9. Loving You Ain’t Easy
    10. Need You
    11. Off Of My Mind
    12. Faster
    13. You’re Free (with Ultra Naté)
    14. Feels In My Body
    15. Spa (with SOFI TUCKKER)

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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