Vix20 mark their comeback with an upbeat and nostalgic homage to the pre-internet days with power-popo single The Digital Age

At a time when childhood nostalgia is all too often employed as nothing more than a way for companies to make more money – think movie reboots and video game remasters – it’s refreshing to see Vix20’s comeback single The Digital Age relishing in a genuine, less cynical nostalgia that celebrates the halcyon days of pre-internet in a frothy combination of power-pop and tongue in cheek visuals that hark back to the ’70s and ’80s.

Upbeat and delivered without a trace of the dollar signs and cynicism with which companies employ nostalgia today, The Digital Age is three minutes of effervescent pop-punk that doesn’t take itself too seriously and is all the better for it. An excellent return.


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