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Eli & Fur To Release Debut Album On Anjundadeep Next Month

Eli & Fur

‘Found In The Wild’ will release on June 25

Eli & Fur will be making their highly anticipated album debut with the release of ‘Found In The Wild‘ next month. To increase the hype around their debut album, the duo has shared their tracklist and a brand new single, ‘Wild Skies,’ to help promote their upcoming album. ‘Wild Skies,’ is a soft, melodic, and ambient electronic tune that helps exemplify the album’s overall message of finding the sounds that ‘truly defines’ the electronic duo. Eli & Fur disclosed to Magnetic Magazine that,

“We have drawn from that journey to get to where we are both musically and emotionally to put together a collection of tracks that really showcase the two sides of Eli & Fur. Not only does our music have two sides, but so do we. We want to bring the listener into those worlds, feelings they also feel.”

The album will be split into two separate parts, ‘Found’ and ‘In The Wild.’ ‘Found’ will focus on more lyric-based tunes while ‘In The Wild’ will be generated towards club-like environments. The combination of the two styles will likely bring forth the duo’s production abilities and will allow fans to experience both mellow and clubbier sounds. ‘Found In The Wild‘ is the perfect name for Eli & Fur’s debut album, and what better way to release a debut album than on Anjunadeep.

Pre-save ‘Found In The Wild here,’ out June 25.

Feature Photo – FrontView Magazine

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