Irish-Canadian duo Deadbots have been around the Irish music scene for a while now. They released the absolute banger that was Heartbreaker back in 2012 and have been regulars on the Absolut Stage at Body & Soul over the years, even playing a memorable full live set on the Mother stage in 2015.
However, despite all that, Deadbots haven't quite made the leap into the mainstream that their music undoubtedly deserves. That may be all about to change.
'Love Unlimited' is the group's new album and, if we're being totally honest, it's one of the best Irish electronic records in many a year, as the collection of tracks flit between disco-influenced, dreamy vocal house and down-tempo broken jazz, back to chugging Italo and techno.
Don't believe us? Have a listen to our exclusive premiere below and find out for yourselves.
It'd appear Team GP aren't the only fans of the record either, with two of the tracks picked up and licensed for use by global brands Absolut and Smirnoff.
'Love Unlimited' will be self-released through Deadbots' website on November 5th, meaning it won't be on your Spotifys and yizzer iTunes, so be sure to get your hands on it at www.deadbotsmusic.com.