If this New Orleans duo existed in the ’80s, they could easily have soundtracked any number of quirky romantic comedies with their vivid synth work and dance floor friendly indie-rock. The album starts off with a tropical island flair, but moves into dreamy, moody sounds that embrace pop sensibilities and a healthy number of hooks while being both stylish and bouncy. Ted Joyner and Grant Wimer, the pair that comprise Generationals, have been pals since grade school and it shows; their music flows together seamlessly, never feeling forced and producer Richard Swift (The Shins) helps mold their strongest release to date. (Tom Haugen)

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