Following the release of the philanthropically directed “Aquatic” ahead of World Oceans Day in June, comes Nora En Pure‘s latest, “Won’t Leave Your Side” featuring UK vocalist Liz Cass. The “Come With Me” producer has teased the Enormous Tunes record for quite some time during her tour run, and in a recent Facebook post, officially announced the ID’s title and due date, sharing a clip of the ID in action at her recent set at Vegas’ Marquee Day Club.
With a plethora of pending shows, Nora En Pure tactfully delivers “Won’t Leave Your Side” at the height of a momentous summer tour. With additional dates to be announced after her appearance at ROXY in Prague on August 27, the deep house connoisseur shows no signs of slowing down. What’s more, En Pure is billed alongside MK, Monolink, Fisher, and Lane 8 for FNGRS CRSSD’s DAY.MVS two-day event, to be held from August 7 – 8.
Grab tickets to see Nora here and stream “Won’t Leave Your Side” below.
Boys Noize is giving fans a lot to look forward to—and listen to—thanks to the announcement of his fifth studio album +/-, which coincides with the release of two new singles, “Nude” featuring Tommy Cash and “Xpress Yourself.” Both singles are out now via Boys Noize’s own BNR. The LP, pronounced “polarity,” will land on September 24 and follows 2016’s Mayday.
The producer contextualized the project’s conceptual basis in an official release, stating,
“The album dives into the polar tension between the musical styles and worlds I find myself in. When you combine opposites, something transcendent can take place, something greater than the two parts. And with music, it becomes a magic that can create new worlds.”
+/- will come with a visual experience complete with illustrations, iconography, and other artwork thanks to Boys Noize’s artistic interplay with visual artist Eric Timothy Carlson. The art will feature an esoteric key of glyphs and symbols, mapping contradictory influences and emotions, in a nod to the album’s theme.
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