Placing a 21st century spin over the hip late-’60s world of Burt Bacharach, Sly Rock, and Barbarella, Denmark’s the Asteroids Galaxy Tour acquired barely allow their demo out in to the world before fame emerged calling because of Amy Winehouse as well as the iPod family. Multi-instrumentalist Lars Iversen and vocalist Mette Lindberg produced the Asteroids in 2007. Because of a newly pressed demo getting in the proper hands, their debut gig was an starting slot in the demand of Winehouse when the superstar vocalist stopped at the duo’s hometown of Copenhagen. Immediately after they were authorized to major-label Common, which released their debut solitary, “SUNLIGHT Ain’t Shining FORGET ABOUT,” in 2008. As the Asteroids had been planning their debut recording and growing their live lineup to a six-piece, their B-52’s-flavored, retro-party solitary was featured inside a tv industrial for Apple’s ipod itouch MP3 player. Fruits, which found its way to 2009, included “SUNLIGHT Ain’t Shining FORGET ABOUT” and also other playful songs; by enough time from the band’s follow-up, 2012’s Out of Rate of recurrence, the Asteroids Galaxy Tour experienced moved in a far more expansive, advanced direction. They continuing to refine their strategy on 2014’s Bring Us Collectively, that was released by Warm Bus Information and noticed the duo incorporating hip-hop, reggae, P-funk-style funk, and a far more straightforward pop to their already gladly over-stuffed sound.