Following their latest release “Say It“, DVBBS releases their new huge album “Sleep” featuring Aloe Blacc, GASHI, Icona Pop, Powfu and YBN Nahmir to Name a Few
The album arrives after a string of highly-regarded lead singles: ‘Losing Sleep’ ft Powfu, ‘Leave The World Behind’ with GATTÜSO feat. Alida, ‘Lose My Mind’, ‘Victory’ ft YBN Nahmir and ‘Say It’ with Space Primates ft. GASHI. Displaying their versatility, the album crosses over a multitude of genres with a variety of well-established collaborators all contributing to produce their most sonically captivating body of work to date.
Featured along with the release of the album, DVBBS shares the official release of the ‘Set Me Free’ music video with esteemed singer/songwriter Aloe Blacc. Aloe Blacc’s canorous voice soars throughout the track’s nearly three-minute runtime, adding to its consistently propelling energy. Known best for his feature on the late Avicii’s 2013 ‘Wake Me Up’, the revered powerhouse has since worked alongside industry heavyweights the likes of Steve Aoki, Paul Oakenfold, Young Bombs, and Mathieu Koss, to name just a few.
The new massive debut album ‘SLEEP’ is a culmination of DVBBS’ iconic sounds whilst exploring a hip/hop and bass-forward style which serves as a natural progression for the talented duo. The ever-evolving brothers continue to progress their sound to show fans and peers alike the pair know no bounds when it comes to making music. ‘SLEEP’ is a compilation of incredible tracks, each worthy of being the lead single within its own right, and follows on from their previous album release, 2020’s ‘Nothing To See Here’.
Continuing the streak of A-list album collaborations, DVBBS recruit the venerated Stockholm-based electro-pop duo ICONA POP for a fun, sprightly offering in the form of ‘Do It Anyway’. Next up is Birmingham, Alabama-based rapper, songwriter, and actor YBN Nahmir, contributing his unique rap vibe to the track ‘Victory’ with ease. The relentlessly unyielding production maintains its high-octane flair, adding to the overall propelling tone.
The following song, ‘Say It’, features the guitar paired with the rich lyricism of Brooklyn-based rapper and G-Eazy collaborator GASHI providing yet another enticing vocal delivery on ‘Say It’. U.K.-based multi-platinum duo Space Primates increase the intensity tenfold by introducing a thumping bassline, before a slow build climbs to reveal a culmination of striking synths with a pulse-raising drop. Latin Grammy Awards nominee SEYSEY provides a heady vocal cut on ‘Oy’, which also includes some tech-house influences sprinkled throughout. Gomey caps off the collaborators on ‘SLEEP’ with his vocal talent, prominently displayed on ‘Forever Last’. A certified pop-leaning hit, it boasts a fun ambiance paired with propulsively driving aspects.
‘Zombies’ possesses a uniquely intense tone, characterized by hard-hitting dubstep production elements paired alongside a relentlessly unyielding barrage of bass. ‘Feel Something’ gives the listener a much-needed moment of respite, before diving back full force with the atmospherically-enriched ‘State of Mushroom’. ‘Antidote’, ‘Know Too Much’, and ‘Lose My Mind’ feature a similar funky, four-on-the-floor feel, replete with anthemically euphoric tech-house sensibilities. In all, ‘SLEEP’ is a groundbreaking masterpiece that’s full of certified rinsers that’ll leave longtime fans and first time listeners of DVBBS beyond satisfied from beginning to end.