Australian electro-pop four-piece Confidence Man released their debut album, Confident Music for Confident People, last year to critical acclaim, and now they’re sharing their first taste of new music. Today (Nov. 18), they’ve unveiled a new single, “Does It Make You Feel Good,
“Does It Make You Feel Good” is invigorating dance-pop with the kind of pumping grooves that blur the line between the physical and spiritual. You can try your best to escape the clutches of their tantalizing rhythms, but paired with vibrant vocals and hypnotizing keyboards, they’re especially lethal. Led by Janet Planet and Sugar Bones, Confidence Man take listeners down a neon wormhole of house, pop and disco, posing questions as if they’re licensed dance music therapists.
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It all started as a joke, but has now become a batshit crazy, worldwide sensation. Confidence Man have elevated the party anthem to a work of fine art, playing their energetic electronic dance-pop with – well, a healthy dose of confidence. Janet Planet and Sugar Bones catch the eye as the all-dancing, all-singing, freaking male/female duo, ably supported by the masked drummer Clarence McGuffie and keys player Reggie Goodchild (yes, they too are pseudonyms). These headstrong Australians made their official debut last year with Confident Music For Confident People. A banging party for sure then? We have every confidence. Tonight in concert at Razzmatazz.