Photo: Zach Vitiello

With bands like Toronto three piece Bravestation around, the sound of new-wave observed electronica lives on, in a good place!

This trio are old hands at it though, having seen through numerous releases over the years. Its only testament to their embracement of electronic pop’s most iconic era that the band are spurred on to innovate and create their own pristine and peppy served sound.

Moving forward to share a new collection of tracks (not certain if this will amount to an EP or album) the band head-up proceedings with “13th Floor”, a track particularly brewed in influence of 80’s ripened pop.

Owing to superstition, we all know that the 13th floor occupies a fabled existence, at most being a place that cannot be reached. Bravestation’s view from the “13th Floor” comes primed with a twang of throwback vibes lit with the same unwavering synthiness that fellow synth-pop makers St. Lucia are for noted. To this they add a love-spin narrative into the equation which sky-rockets up alongside the magical perky tones of synth ripened euphoria to conjure up a sense of blissed out sonic styling.