Digitalism’s story, according to its members, combines some aspects that changed over time and some others that would go on to define the band’s identity. It all started in 2004, when Jens Moelle and Ismail “Isi” Tuefekci met at a record shop in Hamburg. Sharing a common perception, they were soon making music together. The same year, the German duo released their first successful single, “Idealistic”, with a clear influence from a Daft Punk era. Singles “Zdarlight” and “Jupiter Room” followed as precursors to their first album, which was highly anticipated by a growing number of fans. Idealism landed in 2007 and met expectations about the band. The line between dance music and indie-rock is blurred in this work, resulting in what has been referred to a “house rock”. The duo consolidated their style in successive albums: I Love You Dude (2011) and Mirage (2016). Their last LP release to date came in 2019. JPEG presents itself as an astonishing journey, a painting created through sounds by two musicians seeking to challenge their own limits. Digitalism have already performed at major festivals around the world (Coachella, Lollapalooza, South by Southwest, Rhythm and Vines) and on 14th July this year they’ll add one more to that list: Super Bock Super Rock on the Somersby stage.