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For nearly two decades, Canadian electro-funk sensation Chromeo has been setting dance floors ablaze with their infectious, 80s-inspired grooves. Now, with the release of their highly anticipated fifth album, “Adult Contemporary,” the dynamic duo of Dave Macklovitch (Dave 1) and Patrick Gemayel (P-Thugg) revisit their original formula while exploring the intricacies of adult relationships in a modern world.

Locked away in their studios in L.A. and Brooklyn, Chromeo has crafted a musical masterpiece that they deem their most comprehensive, focused, polished, and honest work to date.

In the album’s 14 tracks, Chromeo navigate adult relationships in a modern world and tackle topics such as commitment (“Lost And Found”), monogamy (“Got It Good”), commitment issues (“CODA”), sleepless nights (“Ballad Of The Insomniacs”), abstinence (“BTS”) and much more. True to their trademark, the album is both outrageously funny and disarmingly sincere, without a trace of irony.

Musically, Chromeo has reached their self-proclaimed Steely Dan era, blending their characteristic synthesizer sounds with lush string arrangements, sophisticated horn sections, and live instrumentation.

The album’s only collaborations pay homage to the duo’s early days, with New York house legend Morgan Geist handling the mixing and French Touch icon Alex Gopher mastering the tracks. Additionally, the album features a memorable guest appearance by the epochal queer artist La Roux, a longtime friend of the band.

Live dates 2024:

Chromeo’s “FUNK YOURSELF” tour has already started in 2023 with sold-out shows in North America and a triumphant performance at Coachella and will also take Chromeo to Germany in 2024.


Photo: Alexander Gay