Blue Hawaii Set to Work on New Album

Blue Hawaii Set to Work on New Album
While an ETA is up in the air, electronic duo Blue Hawaii are currently camped out in Whistler, BC, prepping their first full-length release since 2013's Untogether.

The band's Raphaelle Standell-Preston and Alex "Agor" Cowan have been posting updates through their various social media accounts over the last few days, confirming that they'll be "shreddin all month on new [music] out here."
 
 

shreddin all month on new 🎶 out here w @braidsmusic

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Though details have yet to arrive in full, the band posted an Insta pic at the beginning of the week that suggests they've been working on upwards of 15 new tracks, with titles currently including "Pink Girly Clouds," "Rose Cherries" and "Arm Candy Game." At the time of posting, some of these tracks needed vocals, while other pieces needed additional production work.
 
 

gitin ready 🐸

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Most recently, Standell-Preston tweeted today (August 11) that Blue Hawaii are giving themselves another week before wrapping the sessions.
While Blue Hawaii haven't put out an album since 2013's Untogether, they offered up the "Get Happy" / "Get Happier" digital single in 2014.

Earlier this year, Blue Hawaii collaborated with Chance the Rapper and Brian Fresco on the latter's Casanova mixtape track "Higher." You'll find that track streaming down below.