Spring has officially arrived in the blossoming sunny songs in the new Miami Horror album, All Possible Futures. The Melbourne-based indietronica band have created a nearly perfect album to carry us through the summer – perfect for big backyard BBQs or a relaxing day at the pool. The highlight of the album comes from second track, “Real Slow” featuring Sarah Chernoff, which glitters and thumps into one of the finest nu-disco tracks to come out in a while – and it only gets better with the Plastic Plates remix version which came out late last year! This album is a must-have for anyone who is a fan of the nu-disco, indie dance, synthpop sounds that have seen an increase in popularity over the past couple of years. With its finely crafted production and heavy hooks, we can only hope that All Possible Futures is what we can expect from the band, and this genre, for years to come!