French dance-pop purveyors Yelle returned with Safari Disco Club: a surprising new album that goes beyond the sweet-and-tart cocktail of their 2007 debut Pop-Up. The world first met Yelle through “Je Veux Te Voir,” an explicit but fun-loving diss track with an edgy electro beat that made everyone hit the dance floor. Yelle is fronted by Yelle, née Julie Budet, a sparkplug gamine with a deceptively demure schoolgirl voice. GrandMarnier and Tepr add the electro-beats, disco-inspired loops and inescapable hooks to her speak-sung lyrics. The band used the time between albums to collaborate with other artists they admired: They swapped covers with Robyn; remixed Katy Perry and worked with Crookers on "Couleur Cooler,” which rocked dance floors on both sides of the Atlantic.