Vintage Culture Delivers Long-Awaited Debut Album, "Promised Land"

Brazilian dance music superstar Vintage Culture has finally unveiled his highly anticipated debut album, Promised Land.

The making of Promised Land spanned roughly four years, during which Vintage Culture meticulously crafted its narrative. The album, which doubles as a celebration of his roots and influences is a tour de force that’s poised to resonate deeply with listeners on a global scale and reaffirm his standing as a dance music trailblazer.

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The release brims with dynamic collaborations alongside electronic producers, vocalists and songwriters, presenting a masterful blend of artistic talents who collectively shape its scintillating soundscapes.

The titular track features London-based singer-songwriter Paige Cavell while the single “Nothing Ever Changes” is buttressed by the velvety vocals of MAGNUS. Vintage Culture’s production also stuns in “Pleasure Chasers,” an indie-tinged anthem featuring NoMBe.

Elsewhere, Grammy-nominated house duo Goodboys shine on “Chemicals” and “Moments Alive.” Other standouts include “Weak” with Irish rapper Maverick Sabre and German producer Tom Breu; and “Come Come,” a vibrant collaboration with Tube & Berger and Kyle Pearce.

Complementing the release of Promised Land, Vintage Culture revealed a limited-edition merch capsule. The collection is available for purchase via his artist store For The Culturists and Só Track Boa exclusively for Brazil.

Vintage Culture, who has a performance on tap at Tomorrowland’s 20th anniversary in July, is also gearing up for a residency at Hï Ibiza this summer. The DJ also recently kicked off a world tour in support of the album.

You can find Promised Land on streaming platforms here.

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