Single released on 12", via Moshi Moshi, on May 17th 2010. The mysterious twosome known as Silver Columns have already built up a cult fanbase with their first two limited edition, white label singles, 'Brow Beaten' and 'Yes, and Dance', but with 'Cavalier', their first proper release on the perennially tastemaking label Moshi Moshi, they are finally ready to go overground and take their rightful place in the pantheon of offbeat electro pop greats. A frantic opening battalion of synths acts as 'Cavalier's clarion call to the dancefloor, with the rest of the track piling on in a dizzying rush of pinballing beats, urgent keyboard lines and deceptively sweet vocals plaintively asking, can you hear me now? (as if there was ever any doubt in the first place). Taken from their imminent debut, the leftfield meisterwerk-in-waiting YES AND DANCE (and featuring a remix from Richard Norris, aka Beyond the Wizards Sleeve, in his new guise Time and Space Machine), 'Cavalier' brings Silver Columns further into the light, blinking, undimmed and as defiantly odd as ever.