Kygo Teams Up With Kodaline To Release ‘Raging’‏

With just over a month until the release of his debut album ‘Cloud Nine’, Kygo now reveals the newest collaborators set to feature on the LP, as he teams up with Irish rock band, Kodaline, to release ‘Raging’.

‘Raging’ once again proves Kygo’s versatility and unmatched ability to pen music with performers from just about every genre, as he switches things up to craft a fiery and stirring three-minute epic that is guaranteed to be one of the standout moments at every concert of his over the coming months. The Norwegian wizard creates yet another masterpiece with ‘Raging’, as he works a flawless melody in and around the powerful Kodaline vocals.

Stream: Kygo – ‘Raging’ (feat. Kodaline)

One of the most anticipated albums of 2016, ‘Cloud Nine’ is set for release on May 13, via Sony Music International/Ultra Music. Those that pre-order the album will receive all six tracks that have been released, including the latest rousing ballad, ‘Fragile’ featuring Labrinth.

So far, the confirmed names to be featured on Cloud Nine’ include Parson James (‘Stole The Show’), Conrad Sewell (‘Firestone’), Maty Noyes (‘Stay’), Will Heard (‘Nothing Left’) and Labrinth (‘Fragile’), and with the tracklisting yet to be announced, it’s anybody’s guess as to who will be the next name out of the bag.

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In the midst of his first world tour, Kygo recently embarked on the European leg of his ‘Cloud Nine’ journey, having recently wrapped up his US dates in style, which included an electrifying performance on the main stage at Ultra Music Festival. Kicking off in Holland last week, the Norwegian will take his sold-out show across a host of countries this April including Switzerland, Germany, France, Spain and Austria, before finishing off with two shows at the esteemed 02 Brixton Academy in London. Check out the full dates below.

European ‘Cloud Nine’ Tour Dates 

April 1 – Rockhal – Esch Alzette, Luxembourg

April 2 – Stadthalle – Offenbach, Germany

April 4 – Maag Halle – Zurich, Switzerland

April 5 – Mediolanum Forum – Milan, Italy

April 7 – Gasometer – Vienna, Austria

April 8 – Zenith – Munich, Germany

April 9 – Forum Karlin – Prague, Czech Republic

April 10 – Columbiahalle – Berlin, Germany

April 12 – Zenith – Paris, France

April 14 – Saint Jordi Club – Barcelona, Spain

April 15 – Barclaycard Center – Madrid, Spain

April 16 – MEO Arena – Lisbon, Portugal

April 20 – Glasgow O2 Academy– Glasgow, Scotland

April 21 – Manchester Academy – Manchester, England

April 22 – Brixton 02 Academy – London, England

April 23 – Brixton 02 Academy – London, England

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