Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Fourward Drop Their Seminal 'Lose Control' LP

The brand-new album from heavyweight production outfit Fourward has finally arrived on Elevate Records, following the critical success of their earlier ‘Hope’
EP. The Austrian duo are notorious for their streamlined sound,

something which enabled them to grow from local DJs in their home city
to touring internationally. Having released on a plethora of labels, Elevate is
where they’ve been able to crossover into the mainstream, despite never
watering down their sound. With support from the likes of Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1, where the ‘Hope’
EP’s title track received no less than 10 spins, their profile has
grown and with it has come an audience waiting patiently for their next
body of work. 


Vocalist Charlotte Haining then joins Fourward for the emotive layers of ‘Let Me Down’, followed by ‘How’ alongside Dakota Six, who once again pulls at the heart strings. Finally, Fourward returns to their chaotic side with ‘What it is’ with Bristol kingpin Jakes, flicking the switch and introducing you to one of their most diverse track lists to date. Together with Elevate, Fourward take you into the new era of their production. And they’ve not been afraid to show case how far their talent stretches.


This is Fourward's Levels, taken from their album Lose Control.
Lose Control:

Elevate Records


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