Breathe in. Breathe out. It’s the simplest thing, yet the most vital, universal of tasks. It’s here you’ll find Intergalactic Lovers – the Belgian indie-rock group find beauty in the everyday, the most profound meaning in something others would dismiss. For each of the four members music is a vital, underlying part of their lives. Music at it’s most elemental, Intergalactic Lovers have released two superb albums 'Greetings & Salutations' and 'Little Heavy Burdens', two volumes of songwriting that recall Interpol, The Cure or Yeah Yeah Yeahs while stubbornly following their own path. In the past five years the band have played almost every country in Europe, wowing SXSW before returning to sell out some of the biggest venues in their homeland. But then it was time for a change. Producer Gil Norton – Pixies, Foo Fighters , Patti Smith – agreed to oversee their third album 'Exhale', a record that means more to them than anything else they have placed their name against. The songs themselves find Intergalactic Lovers reaching a new level. The music is crisp, punchy, and enormously effective – the dynamics honed from those lengthy spells on the road. It’s the work of four musicians who know each other inside out, their hopes, their dreams, and their weaknesses.