Lindstrøm embarks on a galactic-disco odyssey with ‘Tensions’

Hans-Peter Lindstrøm, hailed as “The King of Space Disco” by the New Yorker — known simply as Lindstrøm on stage — is set to release his first solo album in five years later this month.

Lindstrøm’s new work will follow up his legacy by way of his archetypal hazy synths and dynamic vocal unions. Dubbed It’s Alright Between Us All It Is, the new album features vocals from American singer Grace Hall on the bubbly lead single “Shinin,” as well as a feature from Sweden’s Frida Sundemo, and a stream of consciousness poem by Norway’s Jenny Hval.

Fans can look forward to an assemblage of arpeggiated synths, relentlessly moving melodies, balmy analog bubble baths, and earworm-inducing harmonies. Indeed, Lindstrøm’s latest track “Tensions” is a sound employment of the aforementioned. The new track hints that a melodically expansive body of work will be accessible shortly.

It’s Alright Between Us As It Is is out Oct. 20 via Smalltown Supersound.

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