2011 album from the French Dance-Pop purveyors, a surprising album that goes beyond the sweet-and-tart cocktail of their 2007 debut, Pop-Up. If Pop-Up was a breakout set of bawdy pop, Safari Disco Club will reintroduce Yelle in a whole new way. The album goes where all sophomore efforts should: Deeper, with more sonic and emotional diversity, an increasingly definitive style, and the poise of a band maturing and hitting its stride. The confident album vacillates comfortably between extremes: hot and cold, happy and sad. It's a journey of an album, with as much beauty and depth as Pop-Up had spunk and fun.