Knife Party

Knife Party has unveiled the news that they’ll be releasing their first EP in four years this summer. Will you be grabbing a copy of the Lost Souls EP when it drops on July 19?


One of the powerhouse duos in the electronic music scene is officially back with new music as today, Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen aka Knife Party, have announced that they’ll be unveiling their latest EP on July 19. Slated for release on Earstorm, the group that brought forth iconic tracks like “Internet Friends” and “Bonfire” are now set to deliver four fresh tunes on the Lost Souls EP.

Since releasing the Trigger Warning EP back in 2015, the duo has kept busy with the release of singles and remixes, along with performances too. This summer, Knife Party stunned with performances at Ultra Korea and Ultra Singapore in June and are set to play in China and Japan this month before heading back to the US for some gigs. They’ve also been giving their fans some extra insight with their radio show KNIFECAST in which Rob and Gareth talk about anything and everything.

While their live sets and singles have kept fans jamming away, the news of a fresh EP from Knife Party has been long awaited after they teased it back in April. The Lost Souls EP is set to show off the dynamic nature of their sound with tunes like “No Saint” and “Ghost Train”. They’ve also teamed up with Harrison on “Death & Desire,” and fans got a taste of title track “Lost Souls” which was dropped by Martin Garrix during his set at EDC Las Vegas back in May.

Watch the teaser for “Lost Souls” from Martin Garrix’s set at EDC Las Vegas:


Knife Party – Lost Souls EP – Tracklist:

  1. No Saint
  2. Lost Souls
  3. Death & Desire (feat. Harrison)
  4. Ghost Train

Knife Party Lost Souls EP


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