A Danish trio look set to capture the attention of pop-pickers worldwide. Daze combine tight, infectious grooves, diverse vocal styles and extraordinary musical talent in their debut set, Super Heroes, released on the Epic label. Singer Trine Bix and musicians J T and Sieber are already enjoying acclaim on the back of their debut single, Super Hero, which sold platinum and hit No 1 in Denmark. Bix, 26, began her singing career in a school band and was quickly snapped up by a home town rock group. Following years of performing in various rock, funk and even jazz groups, Bix decided to broaden her musical horizons. The answer to her search was Daze. Both J T and Sieber are among the most promising new talent in Denmark. J T is a former Danish breakdance champion and adds a powerful visual element to the band's stage show. As well as being red-hot on the floor, he has also been writing music for much of his life. Sieber, 23, was also an early starter, penning his first pop aged 14. Daze say they are 'excited' about their first album, which has a good dose of energy and joy about it. It should hit both the hearts and feet of listeners. The relative melancholy of tracks like the hit, Superhero and In the Middle of the Night is matched with some hefty house artillery and great hooklines. Tamagotchi and Be My Lover cook up serious dance- floor pressure. Daze produce powerful dance-pop, which is sharp and melody-heavy. It is disco-friendly and also captivates the listener with its psychedelic, trance-like edge.