With lush arrangements of both natural instruments and plenty of synthesizers combined with insanely catchy pop hooks, how don't you know about Savoir Adore? The band's new album Our Nature comes out in a week, and it should win over plenty of new fans. The 1-2-3 punch on top of the album is the strongest representation of their accessible, yet sophisticated sound. They're all varying degrees of bouncy pop, but their construction is leaps and bounds above the majority of similar music around. "Sparrows" may be the best of those three, with Deidre Muro putting together her sweetest vocal performance above ambient electronics and various other beeps and bloops. Paul Hammer also sounds far better than in some of the band's other tracks, and his harmonies with Deidre propel the chorus to new levels. The album is out on October 16, and you can follow the band and listen to some music on their Facebook page.