Released April 29th 2015 Album
Urban Cone’s gritty electro pop offers an honest, fresh take on indie rock. Influenced by the likes of Kraftwerk and Depeche Mode, they’ve already caught the attention of artists across all genres and collaborated with Porter Robinson and John Dahlback. A gold artist in Sweden, their debut album, Our Youth, has garnered over 10 million streams since its release and since then the five-piece has followed up with the big, bright, and arena-ready-catchy Polaroid Memories. It includes the Of Monsters and Men-meets-Passion Pit “Come Back to Me,” which was co-written by and features countrywoman Tove Lo.
We Are Skeletons
Come Back To Me
You Build Your House Out Of Cards
It's Hard To Hate Someone You Love
Never Gonna See You Again