Teen Daze Brings 'All of Us, Together' on New LP

Teen Daze Brings 'All of Us, Together' on New LP
To date, Teen Daze's output has mostly consisted of a handful of EPs and other low-key digital releases. That will soon change, though, as the prolific BC beatmaker is gearing up to release a full-length LP called All of Us, Together on May 22 via Lefse Records.

A listing on the Lefse store reveals that the album will be available on CD and LP and includes nine songs, plus a "surprise bonus" of some sort. You can see the tracklist below and the album cover above.

Speaking with FADER, Teen Daze said this about the album: "I came upon an old book at a thrift store called Utopian Visions, an encyclopedic volume of different views on what utopia might look like, which became a huge inspiration. Especially when considering the future of our world as it actually unfolds. We're becoming more and more self-reliant, more and more separated from our communities. I wanted to make a record that sounded more synthetic but also inviting -- this is futuristic music with a heart.

Scroll to the bottom of the page to hear the newly unveiled album cut "Brooklyn Sunburn." This six-minute banger falls somewhere between his clubby instrumental material and original chillwave style.

All of Us, Together:

1. "Treten"

2. "Late"

3. "Cold Sand"

4. "For Body and Kenzie"

5. "The New Balearic"

6. "Brooklyn Sunburn"

7. "Erbstuck"

8. "Windows Open"

9. "Hold"