Today, September 15, CAMELPHAT has released their new album “Spiritual Milk.” Some of the guests on this album include Kolsch, London Grammar, Mathane and more.
CAMELPHAT noted this about the album:
“We’ve felt a lot less pressure delivering this record possibly due to the fact it’s on our label (WSA), but also we’re at a point in our career where we can possibly afford to be more expressive and less fearful about what other people think. It has definitely come from the heart and feels honest both as writers and musicians. We’ve had fun with it; we’ve made music less with the dance floor in mind and more with our emotions. The whole thing came together surprisingly very easily. “Spiritual Milk” is a listening album that takes your mind away from everyday life. The name itself has captured the overall essence of the album perfectly. Take the trip & enjoy the ride.”
After their 2020 release, ‘Dark Matter,’ ‘Spiritual Milk’ emerges as the next chapter in the ever-evolving journey of this dynamic duo’s pioneering music. It stands as a resounding testament to their progress and unwavering commitment to push boundaries even further. As the world reopens following a period of isolation, the album serves as a jubilant ode to life, urging us all to treasure every fleeting moment.
The album takes you on a captivating journey, from the gradual buildup of their latest single, ‘Hope’ featuring Max Milner, to the entrancing rhythm of ‘Rennen,’ a collaboration with SOHN. It then delves into the enigmatic atmosphere of ‘The Sign’ featuring Anyma, the euphoria of ‘Embers’ with Shimza and Julia Church, and the rhythmic intensity of ‘Compute’ featuring Ali Love, which cleverly incorporates a sample from Kraftwerk’s iconic ‘Computer Love.’ These tracks collectively highlight the duo’s meteoric rise over the past few years, as they grace prestigious dancefloors and festival stages around the globe.
Their tireless dedication, combined with their innate ability to craft seamless and irresistibly infectious dancefloor anthems, solidify their position as one of the most reputable and versatile electronic acts in the industry today. Key tracks on the album, including the earth-shaking ‘Colossus’ with Kölsch, the hypnotic collaboration ‘Many Times’ with Mathame and Frýnn, the uplifting ‘Higher’ featuring London Grammar, and the guitar-infused album closer, ‘Love Is Something’ featuring Jake Bugg, showcase their remarkable ability to seamlessly blend and transcend genres.
The album is being released on CAMELPHAT’s own label, When Stars Align. Listen to or buy the album here.
CAMELPHAT & Max Milner – Hope (Spiritual Milk Edit)
CAMELPHAT & SOHN – Rennen
CAMELPHAT & RHODES – Home
CAMELPHAT & Anyma – The Sign (Spiritual Milk Edit)
CAMELPHAT & Ali Love – Compute
CAMELPHAT & Mathame & Frýnn – Many Times
CAMELPHAT – In Your Eyes
CAMELPHAT & SOHN – Turning Stones
CAMELPHAT & PPJ – Primavera (Re-Edit)
CAMELPHAT – Bloom
CAMELPHAT & Kölsch – Colossus
CAMELPHAT & Shimza & Julia Church – Embers
CAMELPHAT & Desire – Rain
CAMELPHAT & Eynka & Delilah Montagu – What A Day
CAMELPHAT & London Grammar – Higher
CAMELPHAT & Jake Bug – Love Is Something
CAMELPHAT is set to curate an exclusive event at the newly minted Drumsheds venue in North London on Saturday, November 25th, marking one of the venue’s inaugural shows. This promises to be an unforgettable night in one of the capital’s most buzzworthy new locations. Stay tuned for updates by signing up here.
Additionally, on Saturday, October 21st, the duo will take the helm at The Warehouse Project, with an impressive lineup that includes Ben Böhmer (live), Fideles, Rebūke, Layla Benitez, Kas:st, Miss Monique, Azzecca, and James Organ. Tickets are available for purchase now.
And if you are in Los Angeles, check out CAMELPHAT playing a 6 hour open-to-close show at Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles! Get tickets here.