There’s no time like the present for positivity and Tiësto took it upon himself to blast multiple rays of musical hope by unveiling his latest studio album, The London Sessions.
Reflected in the projects name, the Netherlands native’s first full-length effort in six years features productions that were predominantly recorded during studio sessions in London in 2019. The 13 track collection showcases some huge alliances including already-released singles like Jonas Blue collab “Ritual” featuring Rita Ora, “God Is A Dancer” with Mabel, the Becky Hill-featuring “Nothing Really Matters” and Post Malone‘s hit feature on “Jackie Chan” with Dzeko and Preme. Check out one of the tunes here via its official video, courtesy of Musical Freedom.
In total, the album leans more toward the commercial side of Tiësto’s repertoire, versus his Together EP which dropped just over a year ago, in which the 51-year-old EDM legend aligned forces with fellow electronic producers Aazar, Sikdope, and Mesto for a club-orientated collection of recordings. While many fans might expect his predictable energy from the father-to-be, it’s rather refreshing to hear Tiësto’s more composed side. You be the judge per below.