LA indie electro-pop trio, Superhumanoids have debuted “Anxious In Venice,” the first cut from their upcoming sophomore album, ‘Do You Feel Ok?’ due out September 11, 2015 via Innovative Leisure. NPR Music proclaims “Los Angeles trio Superhumanoids have only been together since 2010, but their latest single, ‘Anxious In Venice,’ sounds like they’ve matured 20 years since their last release, 2013’s Exhibitionists. Playful, ’80s-referencing synth lines have given way to darker, seething electronics.”

NPR adds, “’Anxious In Venice’ pairs its titular subject matter seamlessly. The gloss and glamour of Sarah Chernoff’s vocals can’t quite quell the skittish, propulsive drum machine and creeping synth behind her. Her whispers and yells, deployed sparingly and impeccably, give an edge to her otherwise sweet soprano. This is the soundtrack to staying out a little too late, or getting a little too lost in an unfamiliar city. ‘Anxious in Venice’ exhibits an ease with technology that is distinctly, perfectly millennial.”

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