CamelPhat Announce Release Date for Debut Album ‘Dark Matter’

CamelPhat at Hï Ibiza 2019
Photo Credit: Hï Ibiza

UK duo CamelPhat has pinned down an official release date for their highly anticipated debut album Dark Matter and released “Witching Hour.”


Since landing their massive tune “Cola” back in 2017, CamelPhat has catapulted themselves to the upper echelon of the ranks of house music royalty. During this time the red-hot UK duo has become synonymous with house music’s most iconic venues and festivals, carving out their space and dominating the scene. Now, after weeks of setbacks, their fans around the world can finally rejoice as an official release date for their debut album Dark Matter has been unveiled.

Due out on RCA UK on October 30, Dark Matter will feature 21 tracks including previously released hits “Panic Room,”Rabbit Hole,” and “Be Someone” featuring Jake Bugg. Yet, the fan favorites don’t stop there as the album will also offer up a brand new edit of the cult-classic “Cola” as well as a flurry of top-notch collaborations with artists. The tracklist reveals tunes with names like Elderbrook, Eli & Fur, ARTBAT, and Skream, along with Oasis’ own Noel Gallagher for a collaboration dubbed “Not Over Yet.” 

October 30 can’t seem to come soon enough as Dark Matter is poised to be one of the most massive releases this year. In fact, the multi-platinum duo has blessed us with a sample of the magic that is yet to come with their latest single, “Witching Hour.” Teaming up with Will Easton, this high energy, dance floor weapon is perfect for spooky season and proves CamelPhat is in their prime.

A glittering, arpeggiated synth build draws us in for a journey into the dark side of house music before a bliss-inducing drop hits deep in our core as we become immersed in dance floor euphoria. CamelPhat seems to have perfected the formula for festival-ready bangers, and “Witching Hour” is no different. We can’t wait to catch this track in a live setting, and if this is any indication of the rest of the album, it will be absolutely legendary. 

Dark Matter is now available for pre-order. Don’t miss your chance to be the first to hear this massive album, and don’t forget to stream “Witching Hour” and let us know what you think in the comments below. 

Stream Camelphat – “Witching Hour” on Spotify


CamelPhat Dark Matter Tracklist:

  1. CamelPhat ft Leo Stanndard – Blackbirds
  2. CamelPhat ft Jake Bugg – Be Someone
  3. CamelPhat x ARTBAT ft Rhodes – For A Feeling (Dark Matter Edit)
  4. CamelPhat – Inbetween The Lines
  5. CamelPhat ft Yannis (Foals) – Hypercolour
  6. CamelPhat ft Ali Love – Spektrum
  7. CamelPhat ft Elderbook – Dance With My Ghost
  8. CamelPhat – Easier
  9. CamelPhat x Au/Ra – Panic Room
  10. CamelPhat x Skream ft Max Milner – Keep Movin’
  11. CamelPhat ft Lowes – Wildfire
  12. CamelPhat x Elderbrook – Cola (Dark Matter Edit)
  13. CamelPhat x Christoph – Phantoms
  14. CamelPhat ft Jem Cooke – Rabbit Hole 
  15. CamelPhat ft Noel Gallagher – Not Over Yet
  16. CamelPhat x Eli & Fur – Waiting
  17. CamelPhat ft Jem Cooke – Carry Me Away
  18. CamelPhat x Del30 ft Maverick Sabre – Reaction
  19. CamelPhat x Will Easton – Witching Hour
  20. CamelPhat – Expect Nothing
  21. CamelPhat x Cristoph ft Jem Cooke – Breathe (Dark Matter Edit)
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It was a decade ago that Logan Garrison, better known as DJ Lo_G, first took the stage to spin sets for crowds in the snowy towns of Lake Tahoe and Aspen. Originally spinning sounds in the realm of glitch and bass music, he began to develop a passion for all things house as he returned to his hometown and hasn’t looked back since. Over the years, DJ Lo_G has become a fixture in the Aspen nightlife scene as he has found a home at Belly Up and regularly warms up the stage for some of dance music’s biggest artists like The Chainsmokers, Chris Lake, Slow Magic, Nora En Pure, and most recently ZHU. Joining the EDM Identity team back in 2018, he’s dug even deeper into dance music and the festival scene. Whether he’s covering events like Mysteryland and shows in Aspen, interviewing artists like Hannah Wants, and reviewing fresh releases, his passion for the entire community shines throughout.

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