Luu are 10K Islands’ resident G-funk pop soundtrackers to sunny summer evenings where the heat is thick and air is heavy with lust and romance. New single ‘No Limit’, however, turns the lights down a little lower on their catchy sound. Inspired by white label dance music of the ’90s and detailing a house party where some serious seduction is going down, the track shows a sultry, after-hours, post-watershed side of the trio who, it turns out, also have nocturnal electronic vibes, soft galloping beats and post-dubstep bleeps and beats in their arsenal. It’s Luu, but not as we know it.
Out today on 10K, the song follows last month’s weightless pop jam ‘Zero Gravity’, lush instrumental ‘Splash’, summer’s ‘Bout It’ and the Noisey-approved ‘That Light’. “In the kitchen at the back of a party, I warned you not to call me baby,” begins the track, featuring smoky vocals from another shadowy guest vocalist from their revolving collective of collaborators. “I told you I never been real good at this you said neither have I but we should give it a try.” Give it a try yourself above, and we’ll see you next week.