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  • Galantis Announces New Album, "Rx"



    GalantisΒ has announced his fourth studio album,Β Rx.

    Due out on May 17th, the 14-track album will feature Galantis' most personal work to-date. A direct successor to 2015's breakout debut,Β Pharmacy, the new record will explore Christian Karlsson's neurodivergence and how medication has been a pivotal influence in the way he operates today.

    A press release issued to announceΒ Rx called theΒ album Karlsson's "most soul-baring work yet."

    "Pharmacy was when I knew I was neurodivergent and I knew the studio was like a pharmacy for me," he said. "I was the patient. Rx is when I found medication. For me, it was key, but of course, everyone walks their own path."

    In addition to announcing the new album, Karlsson dropped its fourth single "Dust," which has an anthemic sound reminiscent of the honeyed house-pop that carried Pharmacy to global acclaim. Rx will also feature previously released singles "Koala," "Lighter" and "BANG BANG! (My Neurodivergent Anthem)."

    You can listen to "Dust" below and find the new single on streaming platforms here. Fans can now alsoΒ pre-save Rx.

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