Apashe Announces New Album, “Antagonist”

Apashe is channeling his inner aggressor after announcing a brand new album, Antagonist.

It's his third studio album and first since 2020's Renaissance, a captivating showcase of his signature sound. Renowned for his inimitable blend of electronic and classical music, Apashe recently released the first single from Antagonist, the cinematic banger "Gasoline."

Apashe is now primed to take Antagonist on an eponymous North American tour, which has the feel of a tour de force. The stakes have never been higher for the esteemed producer and songwriter, who is poised to bring along an eight-piece brass orchestra comprising French horns, trombones and trumpets. He recently debuted the new live show before a rollicking crowd at Electric Forest.

Apashe hasn't yet revealed a release date, but Antagonist is expected to release in the fall to align with the tour. He'll kick things off on October 7th at Denver's Mission Ballroom before hitting Los Angeles, Vancouver, Chicago and Nashville, among other major cities. Fans can purchase tickets here.

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