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Cosmo’s Midnight Announce New Album ‘Stop Thinking, Start Feeling’

Cosmo’s Midnight have announced a new album, entitled Stop Thinking, Start Feeling. The third studio album from the Sydney dance duo is set for release on Friday, May 24th via Sony. It was made piecemeal by the group across various sessions in Los Angeles and London as well as their native Australia.

The album’s announcement follows on from a string of six singles released from 2022 onwards, all of which will feature on Stop Thinking. ‘Can’t Do Without (My Baby)’ arrived first in February 2022, with Tkay Maidza collab ‘Bang My Line’ following that May. 2023 saw them release ‘Gimme Some More’ with Shungudzo in October and ‘Borrowed Time’ with Forest Claudette in December.

Prior to formally sharing details of the album, Cosmo’s Midnight kicked off 2024 with a further two new singles. ‘Fantasy’, featuring Franc Moody, was released in February. The Kučka-assisted ‘Chance On You’, meanwhile, arrived last month.

Cosmo’s Midnight feat. Franc Moody – ‘Fantasy’

“We want people to listen to the music and feel in touch with the innateness of the music’s feeling,” said the duo in a press statement regarding the album. “We try to create a world that you can get in [and] insert yourself into, whether it be escapism or fantasising about being somewhere you’d rather be. It’s a way to transport you.”

Like its two predecessors, Stop Thinking, Start Feeling was produced entirely by Cosmo’s Midnight themselves. The pair served as co-writers on every track on the album, sharing the credits with their featured collaborators. Others that worked on the album include English songwriter Ashley Hicklin, singer-songwriter Leo Stannard and Winston Surfshirt‘s Brett Ramson.

Stop Thinking, Start Feeling can be pre-ordered and pre-saved here.

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