The electronic pop band Erneuerbare Energien (Renewable Energies) allows energies to flow across borders. Their music tries to counteract the new social and political situation by offering a utopia against the recent paradigm shift (new right new backlash new walls new heaps of shit). This utopia offers beautiful new music ambivalence coexisting truths comedy abyss and ecstasy. The selftitled album uses structured improvisation. Techniques from club musicproduction and the classic band context are used as a starting point and unfoldwithout a defined goal. The results are beautiful and curious pop songs. The songs deal among other things with the ambivalent promise of abstinence (Wir nuchtern aus) the loneliness of a young man in a small town (Rasmus hat kein Internet) or describe the landscape of Northern Germany dominated by wind turbines (Am Kanal). Tracks like Tesserakt or LED Licht der Liebe are once again examples of the tendency of the band to unconventional ideas. They inject the listener a message of new possibilities in the form of enigmatic earworms. Socially and politically more specific are the two programmatic heartpieces of the album: Supermodern Lovesong a love song addressing the future and Information Temperatur Mobilitat a hymn that praises sustainable technologies as a part of greater social change because as the lyrics says "Sustainability demands redistribution" (Nachhaltigkeit verlangt nach Umverteilung) Erneuerbare Energien are Flumroc (Saalschutz) Pascal Fuhlbrugge (Kolossale Jugend Sand 11 Lado) and Joachim Franz Buchner (Burgermeister der Nacht).