The lo-fi outfit - spearheaded by husband and wife Cole and Bambi Browning - have named their record after the "mysterious transhumanist philosopher" FM-2030. It was recorded at The Green House in their home city with producer Riley Geare, and features contributions from Julian Kowalski, Bryson Hansen, and Tyler Vergian.

"Bambi and I write all the music," Cole says. "Sometimes we work together to construct songs and sometimes I'll come home from work and she'll have a masterpiece finished and perfectly crafted. We both add to each other's songs and none really seem completely Bambi's or mine. We do everything together."

"[The album] gravitates toward other people's obsessions and draws inspiration from them," explains Bambi. "I like to think of method acting and personify myself as the obsessor, writing from their perspective. I love pretending and creating around these personalities."

Tracklist:

  1. 29 Palms
  2. If You Want
  3. Simulation
  4. 666Bus
  5. These Days
  6. Satan's Song
  7. Nunya
  8. Butter Slime
  9. Forced Entry
  10. Dreaming
  11. Ubik
FM-2030 is out 6 October via Captured Tracks.