"It's called See You Later Simulator," Aaron Behrens says of Ghostland Observatory's first new album in eight years. "I've always been on the sci-fi edge of things, which is just a reflection of being a child of the '80s and growing up with video games and computers, but also remembering a time before those things were common. I think all of that comes into play on this record. It's a real comment on what's going on right now, and on trying to figure out what's reality and what's a simulation." See You Later Simulator finds Behrens and longtime partner Thomas Ross Turner bouncing back from an extended hiatus to create music that ranks with their most ambitious and timely work with tracks like "Paradise Lost," "Permanent Vacation" and "Miss Abyss" delivering both uplifting electro-dance-rock and a loose but absorbing storyline.