It's hard for anybody to stand out in the thriving electro music scene.
But The Swiss certainly do, with their disco party image defined by a unique combination of modern music technology and traditional instruments.
"The best thing for us is to get a contemporary sound without using computers and doing it more in a traditional sense, although it's a big challenge for us," says drummer Tony Mitolo.
It may be challenging, but that is why The Swiss' sound is getting recognition. This more traditional approach to electro is also what makes The Swiss' live shows so much more engrossing for the audience.
"The live set up is Luke [Million] and I. Luke has a tonne of keyboards and a tonne of synths and I use a full drum kit with a trigger element and a whole lot of sequencing stuff that I play around with.
"We still use the kind of stuff you would get with a typical live show with Flume or someone like that, but everything is manipulated live."
The band toured Europe without a drum kit and used controllers and programs like Ableton to create their sound, but decided that a more traditional approach would be more engaging.
The band is adding more things into the mix with the release of their latest EP, 'Kiss To Kiss’, which features vocalists for the first time on a Swiss track.
The trio also continue to buck common electro trends by using samples of themselves as opposed to borrowing elements from other songs.
"Instead of using samples from records we would do recordings of our own stuff," Tony explains.
"We would just jam and then cut up our own stuff and use that as a new base to write a song from, which has been really cool and really different."
The band are making a mark in the lively European electro scene, having signed with French label, Kitsune.
"For us Europe has always been our strongest market in terms of touring and so to have a French label that's in that region close to the UK made a lot more sense to us."
The Swiss play the Valley Fiesta November 23. valleyfiesta.com