The Asteroids Galaxy Tour is a futuristic dance vision. Take the trumpets and soul from a Mexican mariachi band. Add processed beats and samples that mercilessly force each and every body to get up and dance. Top it all off with a dash of psychedelic-futuristic synth allure and Mette Lindberg's sultry vocals. Toss it all aboard a tightly-packed spaceship headed on a course towards the coolest party on the moon and there you have the sound of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour's third album Bring Us Together. On this album, the desire to explore new musical universes is greater than ever before. The record points towards eternity with its cooler, more futuristic sound. "We wanted to create a heavier and slightly darker atmosphere for this album. The sound is more processed and less 'manual' than before, with more weighting on repetitive beats, bass grooves, chopped-up loops and a more laid-back vocal style," explains producer and mastermind Lars Iversen. The new Asteroids sound gives you whiffs of everything from funk and disco to club and trip-hop, without leaving you in any doubt that you are indeed hearing the hypnotizing melodies of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour.