School of X is a Danish pop act known for making "arty indie-pop songs whose songs have historically had a darker bent," but lately the artist (otherwise known as Rattmus Littauer) has been enjoying a more positive turn of songs. Case in point, "Race for Caress," a song about the lifelong search for love and the frustrations that spring from it. Which sounds heavy, until you hear the actual song, which is a laidback pop track with almost a reggae tinge to it. The song has been called "addictive" and Littaeur himself stated the song is pretty down to the basics musically: “The instrumentation is as simple as it gets: drums, bass and guitar."
Littauer has made a name for himself working with artists such as Clairo and MØ, and he has enjoyed success with his solo career in Denmark and abroad since 2017. His second album, "Dancing Through the Void," is due out on September 24th.