"Everything old is new again," as the saying goes. This applies as much to ’90s Britpop groups as it does to anything else. Pulp reunited, Suede released a comeback record (which is arguably better than David Bowie’s of the same year), and Blur played Coachella alongside The Stone Roses. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that La Petite Mort, a new record by James, has entered the fray in 2014.
Can't think of any good binary jokes today, so here's a different mathy one: "When Noah sends his animals to go forth and multiply, a pair of snakes replies “We can't multiply, we're adders” — so Noah builds them a log table."