Klaxons Return with "Flashover" (video)

by Alistair Dickinson

26 May 2010

 

Klaxons, the British band that stormed the charts at home and iPod playlists around the world a few years back with Myths of the Near Future, is back with a new single, “Flashover”. It’s missing some of the electro-pop elements that embellished their earlier hits, but still has the kind of thumping back-beat that earned them their “dance-punk” reputation. Check it out below.

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