Spanning borders, genres and eras, Sirens Of Lesbos have pinpointed a sound that is unlike any other. The five-strong Swiss collective are on the brink of sharing their socio-politically minded, cosmically-beautiful second album that revolves around a simple, significant word: Peace. The band’s journey up to this point has been somewhat unconventional. Made up of producers Melvyn Buss and Arci Friede, vocalists – and sisters – Jasmina and Nabyla Serag, and art director Denise Häberli, to resemble something like a non-dysfunctional family, the group emerged out of Switzerland’s music scene. Back in 2013, Jasmina, Melvyn and Arci first found recognition via a self-imposed challenge to write an Ibiza hit. They succeeded – Long Days, Hot Nights, which received remixes from Claptone and Fred Falke – was at the centre of a major label bidding war, and they signed with Sony.