The story of the new EP is quite dark, with its roots in American psychological thrillers of the late 70s. The graphic style of the record is an obvious reference to this and, as with the previous albums, is the product of a collaboration with German designer Alexander Burkart. College also invited the talented New York singer, Nola Wren, to delve into this fantasy world to co-create the single "Save the day".
College is David Grellier, a French electronic music composer, born in 1979 in Nantes. In the late 90s, he acquired his first computer with which he produced several demos influenced by artists such as Jeff Mills and Aphex Twin; and labels such as Soma Records, Peacefrog and Warp.
In 2011, Nicolas Winding Refn chose A Real Hero by College feat. Electric Youth as the theme song for his acclaimed film Drive, which then went on to win the award for Best Director at the Cannes Film Festival.