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Listen to Super Vacation’s “Getting Better All the Time” (RIYL Great Good Fine OK, Passion Pit)

LA-based electro-pop duo SUPER VACATION have revealed their debut single entitled “Getting Better All The Time,” an uplifting, summery anthem for fans of Great Good Fine OK, The Knocks, and Penguin Prison. The track premiered exclusively via All Things Go, who compares the group’s layered melodies those of Passion Pit.

When you do a bit of digging on Super Vacation, you’ll notice that their interaction via social media remains scarce. However, the duo that makes up the band – Jordan Klassen and Danny Burke – are seasoned musicians, and it’s because they prefer to shine light on their music rather than themselves. After seeing a bus with a slogan to take a ’Super Vacation’, the two were inspired to recreate this wishful promise. With big beats, dreamy synths and soaring vocals, Klassen and Burke took a random chance on creating their own carefree and positive approach to music. Recorded in secret between Vancouver B.C., Los Angeles, and Minneapolis, the two worked long distance under the philosophy that if anything is to be added to this world, it should be positive and honest. The result of this collaboration is a celebration of joyous and colorful sounds.

“The song is both an anthem for hopeful dreamers and a message of thanks to all those who help make the world a more positive place” Burke explains. “Being human is a group activity. We want to acknowledge and celebrate the best part of that – we want it to sound like a thousand children shouting across the globe.”

For more information on Super Vacation, be sure to follow the band on Facebook, and Twitter.

►Listen to “‘Getting Better All The Time’” on Soundcloud

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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