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Paradise emerge from a summer slumber with a pair of new electronic guitar pop anthems. The London duo will release double A-side single, “Stars Shine Bright” and “I Can Feel Your Love” on November 18th via Dirty Bingo Records.

Last year saw the release of their debut “Endless Wave / Blue Flower” on Blue Rider Records, which saw support from the likes of Clash, Guardian, The Line of Best Fit, NME and Pitchfork. They also saw support from Annie Mac and Jen Long on BBC Radio 1.

Their new single finds Paradise going deeper into the electronic realm, grappling with childish naivety with newfound samplers and synths.

“Stars Shine Bright” was recorded on location in a sealed bunker known as A10/The Empty Parallel (the spiritual home of Paradise & The New Legendary Children of Mu). It is a rallying call for the youth, addictive and dense, pop hooks stitched and woven through breakbeats, drum machines, synths and guitar.

“I Can Feel Your Love”, a dream-disco cut for the soundtrack of a film that didn’t exist, see’s Paradise collaborating with an outsider for the first time. James Rutledge (Everything Everything, Post War Years and remixer of Four Tet and Radiohead) took the controls of the Starship Paradise and together they entered hyperspace.

Both tracks were mastered by MJ of Hookworms fame.

The past 12 months have seen Paradise tour the UK with Swim Deep, play Visions, Beacons and Land of Kings and remix GAPS.