The debut album from Bronson is out July 17 via Ninja Tune and Foreign Family Collective.
Seattle duo Odesza has been relatively quiet since wrappong their massive A Moment Apart world tour in Los Angeles last July. It was a well-earned break, given the heavy touring Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight had been doing since the 2017 release of their Grammy-nominated third LP, A Moment Apart.
Today, Odesza break the silence with their first music as Bronson, a collaboration with Australian producer Golden Features. The two tracks, "Heart Attack" (Feat. lau.ra) and "Vaults" are dually effervescent and emotive compositions that both reflect and expand each act's respective style.
They come from Bronson's eponymous debut album, out July 17 and including features from Gallant, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and Lau.ra, of the British rock act Ultraísta. The new music is out via Ninja Tune and Odesza's own Foreign Family Collective label.