Intimidating trio

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” It was around this time that the Danish trio of Tomas Høffding, Jeppe Kjellberg and Tomas Barfod – having released just one album – were drafted in as very last minute replacements to open that year's Benacassim festival after the Klaxons were delayed by a grounded plane. Fast-forward six years and it all seems completely moot – their forthcoming fifth album, Dreams, is not only the sound of a band getting very serious indeed, it's also one of the best indie-dance albums to emerge in years.

Oh, and he n is an intangible characteristic that plagues teams after they win championships — upon reaching the mountaintop in the previous year, rising stars and younger role players get caught up in the spotlight and aspire to have a bigger role than they had the previous year.The regular season came to a close on Saturday afternoon for the Key West Little Conch Baseball League with playoffs in three age groups at the Clayton Sterling Baseball Complex. John Turturro plays Jesus Quintana in 'Going Places,' a film about a trio of misfits whose irreverent, sexually charged dynamic evolves into a surprising love story as their spontaneous and flippant attitude towards the past or future backfires time and again, even as they inadvertently perform good deeds.When they make enemies with a gun-toting hairdresser, their journey becomes one of constant escape from the law, from society and from the hairdresser, all while the bonds of their outsider family strengthen."This time the dance ingredients take the backseat during guitar-led tracks. (...) An exciting new chapter from a band that refuses to stand still." Clash // "Dreams" 8/10:"Filled with clever pop done with a swift hand" - 6/6, GAFFA (DK) "Who Made Who has a thoughtful approach on "Dreams", the trio's best album to date." 5/6 - EB (DK)"An exciting new chapter from a band that refuses to stand still" - 8/10, Clash (UK)"Sophisticated pop" - 5/6, Musikexpress (DE)"With 'Dreams' Who Made Who deliver a versatile, quality-driven and infectiously charming grown-up fifth studio album" 4/5 - Nothing But Hope And Passion (DE)"Retro-pop for the future (…) A fantastic album" - Intro (DE)"Who Made Who deliver their best album yet" - Radio Eins"The trio's best album to date" - 5/6, Ekstra Bladet (DK)"The Copenhagen electropop trio return with an album of sun-kissed guitar and funky synths (…) Expect this one to get major play once June rolls around." - Electronic Beats"'Dreams' is diverse (club-)pop with luxurious finishes." - Rolling Stone Germany"Who Made Who continues in the bold, bright, pop-focused sound that the band has established to date" -Pitchfork"Dreams (…) presents Who Made Who as a pure pop-act"- Groove (DE) ALBUM PRESS FOR "DREAMS"Back in 2007 the NME posed the following question: “What would happen if Who Made Who got serious?

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