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That day has come, the day I cave in to Netherland-based (Helmond) delightful duo Klyne. They’ve managed to convince my earbuds this time around with brand new track “Sure Thing” off their upcoming self-titled album due in all good bakeries on June the 30th.

“Sure Thing” is the kind of track that will turn anything rather boring, uninteresting into something driven by quality shoulder moves and head swaying. Just as if you had taken the dance credibility pill and waited for the moves to come rushing in (a little like paracetamol). So, a rather uneventful heat induced afternoon here in Paris turned into a steamy head-bopping session interlaced with some dance moves I had never seen my body doing. Klyne have struck gold on this track. And as a teaser, it’s genius. Letting us wandering for more off of their album.

Effortlessly catchy, electro-pop sweetness. The track recalls some early Disclosure and hints at quality jams to come just in time for their debut album and some ambitious touring schedule to come.

Klyne are singer Nick Klein and producer Ferdous Dehzad. Both were childhood friends and grew up in a small town called Helmond in the Netherlands. Together as KLYNE, the duo make mellow electronic pop that fizzes and glitches like a sunnier counterpart to Jai Paul’s harder sound. Klyne first caught attention with their critically-acclaimed debut EP ‘Paralyzed’ on Aesop, as well as their debut remix – a rework of Disclosure’s ‘Omen’ feat. Sam Smith (Ferdous being personally asked by the brothers and Sam) before signing to Because Music and going on to release their first two singles, ‘Don’t Stop’ & ‘Water Flow’.

Pre-order Klyne’s debut album out June 30.

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