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Teengirl Fantasy - 'EFX' (feat. Kelela) [Listen]

Teengirl Fantasy - 'EFX' (feat. Kelela) [Listen]

by Tom Walters, 02 August 2012

Teengirl Fantasy are further showcasing their tremendous production skills with another glimpse through the window of their forthcoming record, Tracer.

Following the songs 'Motif' and 'End', the duo have now pulled the curtain back further revealing 'EFX', which features Kelela on vocals.

It's more downtempo and strangely far more accessible than previous Teengirl Fantasy tracks, offering itself up as a sort of alt-dance jam that shimmers with vocal samples and various oddities.

Take a listen via the stream below, and make sure you grab a copy of Tracer when it drops via R&S Records on 20th August.

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