The thrilling first offerings from Londoners Ghost Suns are shots of new wave-inspired bliss; the sort of tracks that would feel at home soundtracking a neon noir or stylish dystopian future flick.

Warped synths, icy filtered vocals and an earworming refrain make up the mesmerising ‘Stay’, which sounds like Crystal Castles‘ Robert Smith collaboration (‘Not In Love’) if The Cure singer was replaced by Elizabeth Sankey of Summer Camp.

Production-wise and aesthetically, the mysterious newcomers veer close to Alice Glass and Ethan Kath too, with just a hint of fellow Canadian futurist Grimes – reference points that of course only add to their allure. With brand new tune ‘Wait Out’ sounding equally as impressive, we can’t wait for even more of their synth pop laced with sadness.