Norway’s euphoria-kraut avant-pop savants 120 Days have returned with their first album in five years. Back in 2006, when Vice took a chance on releasing their self-titled debut in America, they were steely Autobahn pilots but ultimately an anomaly. In the interim, all kinds of electro-rock has exploded, French house took distorto-dance to wild extremes and great krauty bands have popped up in nearby Finland (like K-X-P, Siinai). In turn, 120 Days has fleshed out their sound to include more even more nods to trancey house music and gothy bluster,
bringing the dancefloor quotient of their upcoming II (out March 6 via Splendour) to ecstatic, all-night highs. But, don’t listen to us. Stream the whole thing exclusively below!