Groove Armada drop their second single for new home, Hypercolour, this September with the 'No Ejector Seat' EP. Raising more than a few eyebrows with the announcement that Hypercolour will be the massive dance act's new home earlier this year, Tom Findlay and Andy Cato swiftly explained why with an EP that indulged their long standing passions for the sort of raw, interesting electronic house music that the increasingly noteworthy UK label is renowned for. The new release, 'No Ejector Seat' EP, takes in four brand new tracks from Findlay & Cato and yet again sees them joyfully immersing themselves in gritty warehouse grooves. The musicians other influences aren't far away though, with dub and disco aesthetics in particular bleeding through in particular on tracks like the epic, slow burning opener 'Activate my Heart'. Elsewhere, raucous warehouse and early '90's sounds, albeit updated with respect and finesse, inform tracks like the jackinfused 'Always Take Me Higher' and the out-and-out mind melting aggression of 'Chicago Chicago'. 'The Vicksburg Cut'' slows the tempo a tad but does so to create a steady template that serves as a slick and entertaining walkthrough of the duo's perspective on classic house tropes. A fitting close to an EP that celebrates the wide-eyed early days of house. Also included, are digital exclusives 'Don't Take Your Love Away' original and 92 mixes.