Swedish band Little Dragon release the follow up to 2011's Ritual Union album with Nabuma Rubberband. It's an album that takes the clean, bright, electronic pop sound of their previous releases and does something more moodily ambiguous with them. Opening with the slow R&B jam 'Mirror', sultry vocals backed by bare bones beats and windswept samples for a track of unexpected eeriness. 'Klapp Klapp' carries the group's familiar spacious synth-pop sound, the production refined, the melodies breezy and catchy. 'Paris' is a similarly pulsing piece of after hours, starry melodicism, full of yearning and glistening sounds. It's an album that doesn't deviate too much from the kind of music that made the band so appealing to begin with, but there is enough variation going on here to keep things interesting too.