The Montreal-based electroclash duo Chromeo returns with Fancy Footwork. Fans of the first album can be assured they’re in for more of the same: cheeky dance jams, mid-song skits and good-natured irony. Chromeo’s sophomore effort, like She’s in Control, is a glorious homage to the 1980s, from the 8-bit drums to the campy guitar riffs and analog synth. Standouts such as ‘Call Me Up’ and ‘Tenderoni’ promise to fill dance fl oors while ‘My Girl Is Calling Me (A Liar)’ and ‘Momma’s Boy’ have all the tongue-in-cheek fun of the duo’s breakout hit, ‘Needy Girl.’ With ’90s nostalgia becoming the new ’80s nostalgia, nouveau rave sounds are gaining popularity, and party girls are finally retiring that leggings-undera- giant-shirt look (thank god). As a result, Fancy Footwork, though fun and danceable, may feel less fresh this time around.