Acquiring its name through the Peruvian geoglyphs, NZCA Lines may be the clean synth pop task of Michael Lovett. Previously the bassist/support vocalist of the Twenties, for NZCA Lines Lovett drew motivation from music as different as Stravinsky and Ciara. Loaf released the singles “Compass Factors” and “Okinawa Stations” in 2011, using the full-length NZCA/Lines — which highlighted production function by labelmate Charlie Alex March and blending by Ash Workman — arriving a season afterwards. Lovett spent another couple of years playing electric guitar and synths on Christine as well as the Queens’ debut record Chaleur Humaine and documenting and playing live with Metronomy, and in addition completed a qualification in illustration while focusing on brand-new NZCA Lines music. The 2014 one “New Atmosphere” provided the first flavor of Lovett’s second record. Featuring Charlotte Hatherley and Scorching Chip’s Sarah Jones, the ambitious Infinite Summertime was motivated by research fiction writers such as for example Arthur C. Clarke and Philip K. Dick aswell simply because Daft Punk’s Interstella 5555 and found its way to early 2016.