Pop music is so cute (not). Right now, while Timbaland and The Neptunes are sifting through countless late 80's/early 90's samples trying to figure out from what dance revival they can profit the most next, The Radio Dept. is (not so) quietly releasing their glorious new single, instant dance floor hit Heaven's on Fire. Combining smooth italo-dance influences from twenty years ago with their own trademark brand of futuristic dreampop, the track explodes in a powerful synthesized synergy more than fulfilling Thurston Moore's sampled wish to "destroy the bogus capitalist process that is destroying youth culture":
Mainstream, they're coming for you.