CAMELPHAT announce their highly anticipated debut album ‘Dark Matter’ – out on 30th October

CAMELPHAT announce their highly anticipated debut album ‘Dark Matter’ - out on 30th October 2

Multi-platinum and Ivor-Novello nominated duo Camelphat have today announced their highly anticipated debut album ‘Dark Matter’ out on 30th October via RCA UK. They have also shared a new track ‘Witching Hour’ feat. Will Easton available as an instant grat with all pre-orders of the album.

‘Dark Matter’ showcases Camelphat’s sonic diversity, encompassing dance floor techno, sultry trip-hop, and the anthemic hits such as ‘Cola’, ‘Breathe’ and ‘Panic Room’ the pair have become so widely renowned for. Pulling in a host of A-list guest features as well as new and upcoming artists, ‘Dark Matter’ includes collaborations with the legendary Noel Gallagher, Jake Bugg, Yannis Philipakkis, Maverick Sabre, Lowes as well as tracks with Skream, Eli & Fur and Will Easton.

The announcement follows Camelphat announcing their biggest ever UK headline tour to date which has already sold over 20,000 tickets. The Grammy-nominated pair will bring their widely acclaimed sound across the UK playing locations including Liverpool, Bristol, Glasgow, Newcastle and Leeds before rounding the tour off with their biggest UK headline performance to date at London’s The SSE Arena Wembley on 17th April, making history as the first house act ever to play the iconic venue.

Listen to ‘Witching Hour’ feat. Will Easton’ – BELOW:

Having established themselves as one of the most in-demand dance acts around, Camelphat have enjoyed stellar success over the past few years. Making their mark with their 2017 Grammy-nominated hit Cola, the Liverpool duo have continued to release huge hits such as ‘Hypercolour’ with Foals frontman Yannis Philippakis, Breathe, Panic Room ft Au/Ra, Rabbit Hole, and ‘Be Someone’ alongside Jake Bugg. The pair have consistently been supported by industry heavyweights including Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, Danny Howard and Pete Tong. The duo are also firm favourites on the festival circuit playing some of the world’s biggest events such as Glastonbury, Coachella, Reading & Leeds, Creamfields, Warehouse Project, and Parklife.

Camelphat’s long-awaited debut album ‘Dark Matter’ is out on 30th October and cements their position as the hottest dance act in the world. The album can be pre-ordered digitally now with new track ‘Witching Hour’ feat. Will Easton available as an instant grat, alongside Be Someone, Hypercolour, Panic Room and Rabbit Hole. The physical version of the album will be released on 27th November.

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‘Dark Matter’ Album Tracklist

Camelphat ft Leo Stanndard – Blackbirds
Camelphat ft Jake Bugg – Be Someone
Camelphat x ARTBAT ft Rhodes – For A Feeling (Dark Matter Edit)
Camelphat – Inbetween The Lines
Camelphat ft Yannis (Foals) – Hypercolour
Camelphat ft Ali Love – Spektrum
Camelphat ft Elderbook – Dance With My Ghost
Camelphat – Easier
Camelphat x Au/Ra – Panic Room
Camelphat x Skream ft Max Milner – Keep Movin’
Camelphat ft Lowes – Wildfire
Camelphat x Elderbrook – Cola (Dark Matter Edit)
Camelphat x Christoph – Phantoms
Camelphat ft Jem Cooke – Rabbit Hole
Camelphat ft Noel Gallagher – Not Over Yet
Camelphat x Eli & Fur – Waiting
Camelphat ft Jem Cooke – Carry Me Away
Camelphat x Del30 ft Maverick Sabre – Reaction
Camelphat x Will Easton – Witching Hour
Camelphat – Expect Nothing
Camelphat x Cristoph ft Jem Cooke – Breathe (Dark Matter Edit)

‘Dark Matter’ UK Tour Dates 2021

11th March – Digital, Newcastle

12th March – Digital, Newcastle

19th March – o2 Academy, Leeds

20th March – Motion, Bristol

2nd April – Bramley Moore Dock, Liverpool

3rd April – Bramley Moore Dock, Liverpool

9th April – Hydro Arena, Glasgow

17th April – Wembley Arena, London

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