Dillon Francis' debut long player is without a doubt going to be one of the biggest deals in dance music when it finally drops. While we first heard it was due out in March, then in May, but he recently revealed to inthemix that the album is set to drop in July:
“My album isn’t going to come out in May because of the album strategy that we have, so now it’s been pushed back ’til July, which is kind of a bummer. It’s all like these weird semantics of labels that they have to have this release structure – which I understand now, but at the beginning I didn’t. I’m kind of bummed, but I get it.”
There's no word on what the "album strategy" is, but with Dillon and Mad Decent, literally anything's possible in terms of promo. Maybe there's some new Taco Bell cross-promo going down? Who know; it should be a treat. And aside from the new single "Get Low" alongside DJ Snake coming out, Dillon says that he has "a couple of singles" set to be released before the album as well. In the mean time, grab some free Dillon-centric Valentine's Day cards and vibe out to "Get Low," which you can cop right now.