For four, long years, Django Django have been busy doing great things in the East London bedroom slept in by their drummer, producer and de facto leader David Maclean. The result of those great things is a great self-titled debut record.
"Time gives you options, and we had plenty of that," says Vincent Neff, the singer and guitarist who - along with bassist Jimmy Dixon and synth operator Tommy Grace - completes Django Django.
"There was no pressure on us from anyone to go away with a producer and come back two weeks later with an album," explains Maclean.
"Maybe next time there will be some svengali figure banging his fists on a desk demanding hits, but we've had the luxury to figure out what we wanted to do and how we wanted to do it."
The impression one gets of Django Django is of a band laying down the first, meticulously measured borders on some vast map of a world that only they are privy to. Django Django is making indie rock and psychedelic art rock.