No one knows what it’s called. No one know how many tracks it will have, or who might feature on it, or even when it will be released.
But we do know the Dimension debut album is coming.
The highly anticipated album launches this Friday with a new single, Saviour. Written with Jem Cooke (who worked with Camelphat on their anthem Breathe) and featuring the surging soul vocals from renowned gospel and blues singer Sharlene Hector (who’s worked with everyone from Duke Dumont to Dego), Saviour marks the start of a series of singles that could showcase the snappy-dressing UK headliner’s broadest range.
He’s famously a man of few words but we’ve managed to find out just a little more…
“The album is an unadulterated take on the Dimension sound,” he tells us. “It is violence, ecstasy, heartbreak and uncompromising energy. Saviour will be the first single of many…”
He had us at violence. Saviour lands this Friday, June 19, and will be followed by more new music throughout the summer. Dimension has also confirmed that he will be bringing his unique live show to Printworks, London when social restrictions are finally lifted and we can rave again.
No one knows when that will be. But we know it’s coming… And we can’t wait.