Delta Heavy Announce Third Studio Album- ‘Midnight Forever’

Today Delta Heavy return with the revelation of their third studio album, Midnight Forever, slated to grace our auditory senses in 2024.

We’ve been told details of the album are minimal so far, surrounding the project in secrecy. With only whispers echoing from the depths of their studio, the duo remain tight-lipped about the intricacies of the release. Midnight Forever is expected to be a worthy follow up to the debut brilliance of Paradise Lost in 2016 and the sonic symphonies of Only In Dreams that followed in 2019. 


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Here’s what the duo have to say…

‘Whilst we don’t want to give too much away at this stage we are thrilled to announce that our third album is coming next year.  Midnight Forever represents everything that has taken us to this point: every club, festival and rave; every hour in the studio whether frustrating or fruitful; every high and low on this wild journey.  This album is a tapestry not only of all our different musical influences but of all the personal experiences that have shaped our path .  Whilst in the past we’ve experimented with various genres Midnight Forever is our ode to the genre of drum and bass, a love letter to the music that stole our hearts as a couple of underage teenagers braving the London scene. 

We’ve both been through a lot in the past few years and writing this album has actually felt cathartic.  Beyond simply a collection of songs we’ve sought to create a world where the night never ends, a place to escape whether it’s introspection at home or hedonism on the dancefloor. 

Midnight is a time of magic and mischief, and the start of a new dawn.  We are immensely proud of the music on this album, and we can’t wait for everyone to experience this with us.  The complicated world we live in may spin on, but in Midnight Forever, we hope time stands still.”

The first single taken from Midnight Forever, ‘Get Down Tonight‘, drops this Friday November 17.