SG Lewis has announced his second full-length album, ‘AudioLust & HigherLove’, alongside a new double single drop

The record will be released January 27th via PMR/EMI.
Photo credit: Maddy Rotma

SG Lewis has revealed the upcoming arrival of his second studio album, ‘AudioLust & HigherLove’.

The London-based singer-songwriter, producer and DJ just dropped a new double single – album opener ‘Infatuation’ and the feature-bolstered ‘Vibe Like This’ – alongside the announcement, giving a good taste of the direction to be expected in coming months.

On the double-barrelled title of his sophomore LP, SG Lewis elaborates: “The album is clearly split into two worlds. AudioLust is the darker, lusty, infatuated, short-lived, and ego-driven version of love. The second half represents a much deeper, actualized, and fulfilled version of love. Songs fall on either half of the record.”

The new album features SG Lewis’ vocals more prominently than ever before, a paradigm shift from producer to frontman that began with last year’s ‘times’ and has continued across a plethora of live shows, including sets at Glastonbury, Coachella and a sold-out headline show at London’s Somerset House earlier this summer.

“I feel like I exist in the space between DJing and being an artist,” he explains. “The bulk of the album was written across a series of intensive studio residencies in the height of the pandemic, with the help of some incredibly talented friends, and allowed me to explore myself as an artist in a way that I would never have dared before.”

You can pre-order the new album ‘AudioLust & HigherLove‘ – set for release on 27th January 2023 – here, and watch the video for ‘Vibe Like This’ below:

SG Lewis’ 2021 debut record ‘times’ left, “an unshakeable sense that SG Lewis is grabbing your hand and dragging you straight to the centre of the dancefloor” – you can check out Dork’s full 4-star review here.

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