The wait for Gesaffelstein’s second studio album is finally over.

The French DJ released his 10-track project Hyperion on Thursday night, nearly six years after he shared his debut project Aleph. But his time around, Gesaffelstein strayed from the featureless route and enlisted the help of several big-name artists, like Pharrell (“Blast Off”), Electric Youth (“Forever”), Haim (“So Bad”), and The Weeknd (“Lost in the Fire”); the latter act helped the DJ secure his highest-charting record on the Hot 100, peaking at No. 27.

Gesaffelstein 'Hyperion'
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Hyperion also marks Gesaffelstein’s first full-length release since singing to Columbia Records back in November. You can listen to the album now on all major streaming platforms.

Gesaffelstein is also scheduled perform at Coachella and Governors Ball this summer.