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Odesza Announce Work On New Album: 'In Return' Follow-up On The Way

by Ryan Middleton   Mar 28, 2016 17:42 PM EDT

It has been two years since the hot-in-demand Seattle electronic music duo Odesza have announced that they are working on a new album. In a teasing Twitter photo, Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight shared the news that the pair were working on the follow-up to their successful sophomore LP In Return.

You can't see much from the photo beyond a project file open with a drum machine at the ready on the side. They appear to be in a hotel room, so it is good to see them working on the road since they don't have much time off this year with an a packed schedule heading into the summer with gigs across Europe and Australia.

Odesza have been pretty steady about releasing new albums during the month of September. They released their debut LP Summer's Gone in September 2012. Then 2 years and a week later, their breakout LP In Return was released. This sent then on tour all across the United States multiple times and then in September 2015 they put out a deluxe edition of In Return with instrumentals of each song as well as a new collaboration with Little Dragon titled "Light." Might this LP be out in September? We will find out. 

They have also remixed several tracks since the release of In Return including Porter Robinson's "Divinity" as part of his Worlds Remixed album.

No further details have been provided about the album, but if they are working on new music, stay tuned for some possible fan videos if they start to test out new tracks during shows over the next few months and during festival season.

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