14 Songs, 1 Hour 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I always loved performing at places like (London nightclubs) Warehouse Project or Fabric and I wanted to have new songs that I could perform at that sort of gig,” said Katy B ahead of this, her third album. To aid her return to the clubs, the Brit recruited a small army of stars across electronic music’s more esoteric coordinates. Accordingly, we have Major Lazer and Craig David cropping up on “Who Am I”’s creamy soul, juddering bass and twitchy cleverness courtesy of Four Tet and Floating Points on “Calm Down” and almost everything in-between.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I always loved performing at places like (London nightclubs) Warehouse Project or Fabric and I wanted to have new songs that I could perform at that sort of gig,” said Katy B ahead of this, her third album. To aid her return to the clubs, the Brit recruited a small army of stars across electronic music’s more esoteric coordinates. Accordingly, we have Major Lazer and Craig David cropping up on “Who Am I”’s creamy soul, juddering bass and twitchy cleverness courtesy of Four Tet and Floating Points on “Calm Down” and almost everything in-between.

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