The Danish quartet Communions have received international attention across the blogosphere for shimmering and plaintive pop songs about youthful naivety that sound as though they were released in 1983. And the forthcoming release of their self-title EP will likely cement that reputation – and subtly expand upon that sound. The latest single “Summer’s Oath” is comprised of the sort of reverb drenched, angular guitar chords that you’d hear on The Cure’s Japanese Whispers and Disintegration. And in a similar fashion, the song evokes the swooning, urgently primal Romanticism of first love. Somehow, this song should remind you of the furious and brief passions, heartache and awkwardness of your teens in a vivid fashion.