New Audio: Rising Paris-based Synth Act Keep Dancing Inc Releases a Politically Charged Club Banger

Over the past couple of years, the rapidly rising Paris-based electro pop trio Keep Dancing— Louis, Joseph and Gabrielle — have quickly emerged as one of France’s hottest and most exciting new acts with the release of their debut EP, 2017’s Initial Public Offering and a handful of critically applauded, dance floor friendly singles.  They’ve also toured throughout the European Union with Blossoms — and across the UK, developing a reputation as highly-regarded live act.

Building upon a growing national and international profile, the rising Parisian act’s highly-anticipated Tom Carmichael-produced full-length debut Embrace is slated for release later this year. Recorded between Paris and Margate, UK, the album’s 12 tracks finds the band crafting remarkably assured and ambitious club anthems that effortlessly meshes 80s New Wave, electro pop and disco — much like the album’s critically applauded first single “Could U Stop.” “Start Up Nation,” Embrace‘s second and latest single. Centered around layers of shimmering synth arpeggios, four-on-the-floor drumming, sinuous dance floor friendly grooves and a rousing hook, the track is an incisive and ironic commentary on our contemporary economy and its lack of opportunities.