Dynamic music producers Tritonal have announced their genre-busting collaboration, “Broken,” featuring Jenaux and vocals from Adam Lambert.
The track features distorted vocal samples, humming bass, and warm synths. Adam Lambert’s melodies have an ethereal tone as they uplift the listener before the song’s emphatic bass-heavy breakdown hits.
The new single comes out today – the same day that Tritonal’s new full-length album Painting with Dreams is available for pre-order on vinyl, CD, and iTunes.
“I loved the remix that Tritonal did on my single ‘Ghost Town’ and that’s when I discovered their music and became a fan. So when they approached me to do a feature it was a no brainer!” Adam Lambert revealed.
Lambert has sold over 8 million records worldwide as well as being Grammy and CMT nominated.
Lambert also became Queen’s lead singer and next month, Queen + Adam Lambert will be touring Asia. Also in the autumn, he will be on TV weekly as a judge on X Factor Australia.
Later this year, he will begin recording the follow-up to his Billboard (US) and Worldwide Chart Top 3 album, “The Original High”.
Boasting five Top 10 Billboard Dance singles in the past 2 years ‘Tritonal’, who are the production duo of Chad Cisneros and Dave Reed, have reaffirmed themselves as two of electronic music’s most dynamic producers.
Tritonal have racked up just short of 100m streams via Spotify alone in the past 12 months.
This autumn, Tritonal will release their highly anticipated full-length album Painting with Dreams, in addition to embarking on an accompanying North American tour, taking the duo across cities including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, Toronto and more.
You can pre-order their album, Painting With Dreams now.