London dance collective Drones Club are the latest signing to PMR, the label that brought us Disclosure, Jessie Ware, Jai Paul, Julio Bashmore, and more. Their acid-soaked psychedelic wormhole “Telescope Lover” dabbles with hypnotic disco vibes fit for an ’80s dance floor, but with boogie-worthy funk and soul influences that transcend decades. Drones Club’s live shows are eccentric — the band wears white boiler suits and masks to illustrate their philosophy that humans have become a bunch of drones — but the music is pretty universally appealing. In this case, a waterfall of upbeat and infectious synths and the increasingly popular pan flute combine for a pulsating listening experience. “Telescope Lover” is the second track shared from Drones Club’s AA-side single following “Soul Of A Spaceman.” Check out both tracks below.