Gorgon City Announces New Album, Coming This Summer

‘Olympia’ will release on June 25 and is supported by a brand new single

Gorgon City’s latest single, ‘Tell Me It’s True‘ is the first single to be released on the duo’s forthcoming album, ‘Olympia‘ which was announced today. The album will be releasing via Astralwerks and was produced when the electronic duo were not together. Over the course of producing the album, Kyle (1/2 of Gorgon City) was living in Chicago, and Matt (the other 1/2 of Gorgon City) was living in London.

The album will shed a light on Greek mythology as it celebrates two musical worlds coming together as well as the themes of escapism and exploration. Not only will ‘Olympia‘ contain newly produced tracks from Gorgon City, but it will also be a collection of the duo’s work over the last few years. When asked about their upcoming album, Gorgon City released the following statement,

“With this record we’ve definitely gone more clubby and have been inspired by the big shows that we played before lockdown. It’s a bigger sound and lyrically it’s different for us.”

The album will feature new talent and past collaborators including Rose Grey & Aura James, Josh Barry, Soffi Tukker, and DRAMA. The full tracklist features 18 tracks and a tremendous amount of vocal and music features.

Once Gorgon City returns to clubs this upcoming summer, they will be ready to go, thanks to the release of ‘Olympia‘ later this year.

Check out the full tracklist below.

Full ‘Olympia’ Tracklist

  1. Tell Me It’s True
  2. Oxygen (with Aura James)
  3. You’ve Done Enough (with DRAMA)
  4. Dreams (with Jem Cooke)
  5. Body Language (with Cami)
  6. When You’re Gone
  7. House Arrest (with Soffi Tukker)
  8. Never Let Me Down (with Hayley May)
  9. Sweet Temptation
  10. Nobody (with DRAMA)
  11. Lost Feelings (with Rose Grey)
  12. Tears (with Grace Grundy)
  13. Waiting For The Right Time
  14. Ecstasy (with Jem Cooke)
  15. Foolproof (with Hayden James & Nat Dunn)
  16. Burning (with Evan Giia)
  17. Thoughts
  18. Freedom (with Josh Barry)

 

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