Warm synth lines, subtle percussion and a dream-like tempo form the backdrop to a story that is essentially about love misplaced and romantic dreams arrested.
Dynesti uses music, lyricism and dance as a form of ascension, channeling the darkness of her subject matter into something invigorating and beautiful to behold.
‘Somebody’ is a slightly different direction, sounding like Sleater Kinney’s monumental comeback album No Cities To Love.
If MGMT are the formalist pop guys then Dessert are the post-structuralists and avant-gardists, dialling down the immediacy of their hooks and rolling up the feeling.
The group have written a song that’s instantly loveable and so fiendishly addictive it’s like freebasing Max Martin tunes through an Ennio Morricone shaped pipe.
Even with just a single song to their name, Dessert can only be described as geniuses of the highest order.