Overcooked disco house, remixed by DJ Koze.
Case in point: "It'll All Be Over" opens with a banjo riff. There are sampled vocals (some normal, some pitched way up), honeyed keyboards, guitars, an overdriven kick drum and plenty of twinkling details. The combination of the titular vocal line and the kick works quite well, but otherwise the track feels too saccharine and overstuffed.
"Satyricon" is made of similar parts. The main feature this time is an Avalanches-style vocal sample that Read frequently reverses, but again the effect is too twee, landing beyond the sweet spot Pampa usually nails. Koze, smartly, simplifies "It'll All Be Over" on his remix. The first couple minutes are nice, a sort of back-to-'90s French house moment. But in keeping with Read's originals, he later goes too far with the instrumentation, recalling the more excessive bits of Daft Punk's pop-disco comeback album, Random Access Memories. That Read's original is under four minutes and there’s a "Radio Edit" of the remix suggests the pair got caught up in the idea of scoring a hit.