From i-D to the Guardian, Noisey to Gigwise, it’s safe to say that everyone seems to love LA’s most enigmatic new act, OOFJ. After creating music for both Lars Von Trier’s masterpiece ‘Melancholia’ and top IDFF winning documentary ‘Ai Wei Wei – The Fake Case’, the band’s musical credibility was solidified a long time ago. However, with news that the duo’s sophomore album ‘Acute Feast’ is due in March of next year, OOFJ seems to have come out of nowhere over the past few weeks as forerunners for a Ones to Watch spot in 2015.

Featuring both the Concert Master of the Royal Danish Opera House and Jakob Høyer (of Trentemoller) on it, new single ‘You’re Always Good’ is a creepy, sex slice of electronica that the Guardian has best described as sounding like the “dark side of seduction”.