They are Danish, they've worked with fellow countrymen Junior Senior and they possess a lead vocalist whose delivery is disarmingly similar to Matt Goss from 80's UK teen icons Bros. These are three of the most distinguishing features about Superheroes and if this indicates a recipe for fizzy teenage pop music then the omens are right, at least if tracks 'Johnny And I' and 'Rich And Famous' are anything to go by. So far so disposable but then a lovely track appears called 'See You At The Railroads' featuring a lush keyboard melody and some wonderfully aching guitar lines. Just to show it's not a fluke they pull off a very similar trick with 'Voice (On The Radio)', ''I Touched Her Legs' and 'Julianna' and it's clear there's a songwriting maturity added to the cute tunes that recalls the early years of The Cardigans. Further plus points go to 'Miami's bubblegum pop and on 'Calculating' they close out with a touching ballad. For at least half of the time this collection of material is like a soundtrack to teenage romantic longing.