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safe to say bands who list Scientology mastermind L.Ron Hubbard as an influence aren’t normally our bag. But those who also claim to be inspired by Prince and Kate Bush are a different story.

Experimental dance pop duo Body Parts have just released their debut album Fire Dream and it is positively hypnotising. Showing off their background in theatre, dance and performance, the album release is also accompanied by a seriously cool sci-fi film clip starring Django Unchained babe Danielle Watts.

Body Parts might not be able to count Tom Cruise as a member of their cult yet, but they can count us. And we promise not to jump on your couch.