Electronic pop duo Blondage have that rare power where the spaces in their songs carry as much weight as the words. The Copenhagen duo, Pernille Smith-Sivertsen and Esben Andersen, know just how to channel heartache into a synth pop jam, and their new single "FLF" feels like a modern take on a Robyn classic. It's got the creeping tension, the unreturned glances darted across the dancefloor, and the pulsing, devastating chorus.
"'FLF' is about this girl desperately seeking the attention of a guy she's big time in love with," the Danish duo explained to The FADER via email. "Lying at home fantasizing about him coming home with her after a night out. She knows he's a mess, but she doesn't care. To her, the fantasy becomes more real than reality, and she has no wish to ever open her eyes." Get lost via the player below.