Late Guest at the Party Deploy Electro-Pop Stunner 'Atmosphere'

Brooklyn-based quartet's sophomore LP, 'Repeater,' drops July 15

Late Guest at the Party, repeater, atmosphere
Late Guest at the Party
Cynthia Orgel WRITTEN BY
Cynthia Orgel

Back in 2011, Italian synth-pop quartet Late Guest at the Party left their scenic, seaside hometown of Rimini for (where else?) Brooklyn. Since then, they have been hard at work on a new batch of jittery thumpers dubbed Repeater. Set to be self-released on July 15, the upcoming LP is preoccupied with the thrilling-but-draining sensation of living in a crowded, kinetic city, as heard on the just-dropped single "Atmosphere."

Pounding bass rumbles throughout the tense "Atmosphere," and glitchy synths tease one moment, then appease the next by morphing into a soft, high-pitched hum. Meanwhile, producer/lead singer Caleb Shreve remains self-possessed as he delivers the keep-calm-and-carry-on chorus: "We're all cut the same / Gone before we came / All the planets wanted space / Don't worry about the taste, can't change it anyway / Everyone's afraid of nothing." Dive into "Atmosphere" below.

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