It’s been a while since Miami Horror released an album, but who’s really been counting? As of last week the band announced the release date of the long awaited sophomore release, All Possible Futures, set for Australian shelves on April 24. You can’t blame the band for the delay when they’ve spent the past three years living between Melbourne and Los Angeles writing in exotic locations as log cabins in the California mountains to the sunny beaches of Australia, and cosmopolitan Paris. Those French patisseries can be mighty distracting. “We wanted to move to LA for inspiration and influence more than anything. It helped us to experiment and find our own sound. If you look at a lot of the alternative electronica and dance music coming out of LA it definitely has a feel – we love the weirdness and sunshine. It has been a strong influence on many of our favourite records from the 60s-80s and we wanted to allow it to influence this record,” says the band’s producer Ben Plant. If you can’t wait until then satisfy your urges with their new single ‘Love Like Mine’.