Australian collective Rüfüs Du Sol broke past being simply local stars in the past year with the release of several unforgettable singles and a global tour to match that cemented them as the must-watch trio and masters behind a new blend of live indie-electronica.
Their sophomore album 'Bloom' is set to release January 22 as the very first and deserving full-length output from ODESZA's Foreign Family Collective. "After hearing Bloom in its entirety, we knew we had to break that mold and put out the complete album," Harrison Mills of the ODESZA duo said. "It's one of the best albums we've come across in the last decade and we couldn't be prouder to give it a home at Foreign Family Collective."
Ahead of the album, Rüfüs shares 'Say A Prayer For Me', a billowy, soulful track that serves as one of the last teasers for what is gearing up to be the group's breakout album.
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