Felix Cartal releases fourth studio album ‘Expensive Sounds For Nice People’

Three years. That’s how long Felix Cartal has been meticulously working on his fourth studio album. A labor of love and a sign of his creative evolution, the Platinum certified producer has been steadily releasing one remarkable track after the other. Starting in 2020, the first glimmers of “Expensive Sounds for Nice People” began to surface. First it was “Mine” with Sophie Simmons, then “Love Me” with Lights — two Platinum outputs and a Juno Dance Recording of the Year winner. Next came “Only One” with Karen Harding and “My Last Song” with rebellious Norwegian Hanne Mjøen. And now 12 more crystalline outputs of near perfect dance music. “Expensive Sounds For Nice People” covers the full breadth of human emotion: from the ecstatic highs of new love to the devastating lows of an inevitable heartbreak — all held up by a backbone of Cartal’s shimmering indie dance and house leanings. The entire album is designed to charm listeners out on to the dancefloor and it does so with ease. Bolstered by an army of powerful female leads, “Expensive Sounds” is a 16-track showcase of some of the best singers in the dance pop world — including Kiiara, whose appearance on “Happy Hour” turns a great beat into an absolute ear worm. No matter the flavor of dance you enjoy, there is plenty to love about Cartal’s fourth, but certainly not last, full length of his career.Felix Cartal had this to say about the album; Tags:
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