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Danger Announces Album and Drops Mixtape

DANGER has over the years outgrown his mereartist credentials and evolved into a global phenomenon, with one foot in the world of music and the other in computer graphics and gaming. Now DANGER is set to return to the spotlight with the announcement of a full studio album entitled 太鼓’ (meaning percussion in Japanese), complete with the artwork, and a short mixtape of album highlights available to listen to now.

LISTEN: DANGER –太鼓 [Lost Tape]

Having maintained an anonymous stage presence since the beginning of his career and with his identity still unknown to most, DANGERhas used this dark and illusiveself-imagery to add to the cinematic nature of his music. The mixtapeis a six-minute introductory teaser of the dark and brooding sounds that he’s become famous for, and which his album is set to bring to the fore.

Coupled with the mixtape comes the album artwork, which has been designed entirely by DANGER himself. Showcasing a childlike figure holding a shadowy object surrounded by boxes and a street lamp, the artwork once again plays into DANGER’s on-going eerie theme that runs through his imagery and music.

Having just come off Madeon and Porter Robinson’sShelter Live tour of North America, and now with this album announcement and mixtape, DANGER is building serious momentum towards his full album release later this year. Stay up to date with all new announcements via his socials.

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