Sune Rose Wagner and Sharon Foo have only been making music together for a decade, but apparently have already become a source of inspiration for a new generation of musicians rising to the forefront. Members of the Dum Dum Girls and Glasvegas recently cited the Danish duo's surf-inflected indie-rock as inspiration. But for their fifth album—"Raven in the Grave"—the two went less beachy and opted for a darker mood, describing it as the "perfect winter soundtrack just in time for spring." And just to shake things up more, they toured the new album with two live drummers on stage. With Tamaryn.