If this single has anything to say about 2010, this year will bring the revival of Jeff Lynne’s overwrought emotions and corn-syrup synths. These two bands, now receiving nods from the regular hipster blog nazis, have been on a path headed straight into the sun over the course of the last eight months. Having both just wrapped up a tour with Girls, they’re already your stoner little brother’s favorite two bands. MAGIC KIDS formed in the wake of a stalemated project called BARBARAS, which to date still doesn’t have a full-length to its name. The Magic Kids debut, out later this year on True Panther Sounds, will have to suffice. They are the latest in a long line of pop music from Memphis, TN. SMITH WESTERNS, on the other hand, come from deep in the noise and punk jungle of Chicago. After an album of trashy T. Rex odes on Hozac Records, they stand tall in their youth ready to get laid constantly and hit the legal drinking age. Not only are they ahead of the pack, they’ve eaten most of the rest of the dogs they run with. They are currently working on a full length due out in late 2010.