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the one that got away. Shy for Shore might be talking about Love, Again, but we mean a little gem that slipped through the 2014 music net, but is no less relevant for 2015. Jump into the hot tub time machine, load up your Walkman and bathe in some warm synths and another take on love.

Shy for Shore pair great melodies with some stunning synth work (even if it goes a bit trancey at the end), and have nailed the 80’s influence to create an inwardly beautiful story that bubbles along at a nice tempo. You might want to sway forlornly, nod your head in sage agreement, or just let yourself go and let this beautiful offering wash over you.

Scandi pop. Cold on the outside. All John Hughes gooey on the inside.