Crossmaker by Pleasure Victim

Darkenin Heart

Drawing inspiration and borrowing their name from Berlin's 1982 album of the same title, Pleasure Victim presents a sophisticated and intense synthpop experience with a rather dark undertone. The band's musical style can be described as rich and sensually imaginative synthpop.

In their recent release, Crossmaker, Pleasure Victim go above and beyond, showcasing their flexibility with an intriguing blend of crooning vocals and emotive saxophone. The alluring sing lifts influences from both late seventies glam rock and eighties post punk, demonstrating the band's ability to deliver a magnetic performance and an overall mesmerizing sound.

Pleasure Victim

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