Myths Of The Near Future by London electro-rockers Klaxons was one of the landmark albums of 2007, issuing in a new media-christened music genre ("nu-rave") and a slew of like-minded dance-influenced, space-age Britrock bands; earning the prestigious Mercury Music Prize; and inspiring thousands of worshipful U.K. teens to swab their faces with neon paint in the audiences at the Klaxons' legendary live gigs.available on iTunes now), they sound even fresher and more of-the-moment than ever before. It's almost as if the rest of the planet has caught up with the future-thinking group's intergalactic pop.
The band recently visited the Yahoo! Music studio, where they discussed their catty cover art (Orphee makes a cameo in the interview!) and the trials of recording Surfing The Void, plus they cranked out three fabulous tracks from their new album.
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