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Press Release |  23 Mar 2019 14:07 |  By RnMTeam

Dabin releases highly anticipated album 'Wild Youth'

MUMBAI: Dabin has officially released his long-awaited second studio album, Wild Youth. Featuring a delightfully eclectic assortment of new tracks and collaborations, the sophomore effort is 10 tracks in length, with fan favourites, Altitude, Lights and In Flames, joining four brand new cuts, and the recently released Another Day, Alive and Rings and Roses.

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The album is a testament to Dabin’s gifted studio abilities, sonically delivering a warming mix of melodic cuts, captivating drops and intelligent collaborations. Opening with the recently released Another Day and Rings & Roses, listeners are greeted with the Claire Ridgely's featured Part-Time Lover. The pop leaning vocal sits atop a percussive heavy instrumental, sure to translate well across the live stage. Youth (feat Yoe Mase) follows the Trove featured Lights, and immediately transports the listener to a state of awe via tantalizing guitar and indie elements. Altitude, a record with Parisian producer Fytch, known for his more sinister yet poignant sounds, perfectly complements the two contrasting production styles. Hitting his stride, In Flames featuring ECHOS singer-songwriter Lexi Norton, is a quintessential Dabin production, dressed with soaring melodies and euphoric drops. Home is the collaborative brainchild of Essenger, the Kansas City composer adds his dynamic touch, heavy synths and heartbreaking lyrics to a characteristically exhilarating Dabin track. Bloom is a beautifully symphonic down-tempo roller coupled with sharply arranged synths, which are lifted by Dia Frampton’s alluring and all-encompassing vocals. Similarly Alive features the delicate and expressive vocals of RUNN, which are layered over a soft guitar intro as the track morphs into a powerful and formidable anthem.

Dabin’s aptitude to work collaboratively with an assembly of talented vocalists and producers is exhibited across Wild Youth. Impassioned and animated vocals feature across the 10 tracks, luring the listener in, before introducing Dabin’s signature synths, succinct snares and flawless drops.

Dabin spent much of 2018 on tour with melodic bass superstar ILLENIUM as part of his Awake band and performed alongside him at memorable moments at Coachella, EDC and Shambhala. Now, Dabin is set to embark on The Wild Youth Tour spanning North America throughout April - a well-deserved celebration and ode to the release of the new album.

‘The Wild Youth’ North American Tour Dates:

29 March: Dallas, TX – RBC

30 March: Denver, CO – Blue Bird Theater

5 April: Los Angeles, CA – Fonda Theatre

6 April: San Francisco, CA – Slim's

7 April: Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst

11 April: Portland, OR – 45 East

12 April: Austin, TX – Vulcan Gas Company

13 April: San Diego, CA – Music Box

17 April: Salt Lake City, UT – Sky SLC

18 April: Vancouver, Canada – MIA

19 April: Edmonton, Canada – Chvrch of John

25 April: Grand Rapids, MI – The Stache

26 April: Minneapolis, MN – The Loft

27 April: Tampa Bay, FL – The Ritz YBOR