French electro duo Polo and Pan release a new EP - the hotly-anticipated follow up to Paul Armand-Delille and Alexandre Grynszpan’s wildly successful 2017 debut album Caravelle - certified Gold in France and Platinum world-wide. Summoning the promise of summer with pitch-perfect French Touch instincts, the Feel Good EP fizzes with the uncomplicated spirit of playfulness with which it was pieced together. The title track is Polo and Pan’s self-confessed “Celebration of optimism”, blowing in on a warm breeze of insouciance and lazy handclaps. A rare segue into English lyrics - alongside EP closer Peter Pan (following the near entirely Francophone ‘Caravelle’) - the single is informed by a love for the sounds coming out of America’s West Coast in the 70s, losing none of their Gallic charm in the process. Artfully assimilating snippets of everything from bossa nova to Moroder-esque disco, crate-diggers Polo and Pan draw inspiration from bedfellows as unlikely as The Wizard of Oz and Italian Standards from the 1930, to the repertoire of French film composer Vladimir Cosma, 90s Disney classics and 70s Nepalese psych rock, all finessed with pitch-perfect French Touch instincts.