While generic production line pop music holds the charts to ransom somewhere, just under the surface are Jeremy Warmsley and Elizabeth Sankey - AKA Summer Camp.
On this (their self-titled second album) the London couple drop the dance-orientated sound of their Always EP and return to the 80s inspired indie pop that has helped them establish a cutesy little fanbase. That's not to say the sound hasn't evolved however, Summer Camp is certainly a little more glossy than 2011's Welcome to Condale, and its hard to imagine them putting out a multi-layered album opener like The End before having built up some foundation.
Beautiful, catchy melodies weave in and out of every song, and while first single Fresh is certainly amongst the most memorable tracks here closer Pink Summer and the infectious Keep Falling are just as worthy of radio play.
Just as strong as the debut or their 2010 Young EP, Summer Camp's second full-length effort comes highly recommended for fans of Slow Club, nostalgic hipsters and anyone who loves genuine great pop music made by real musicians with real instruments.