Uppermost New Moon EP Out Today


        Video for Stand Out Single Blame It On Love Ft. Jacob Banks streaming here.

Purchase here via iTunes

“Pulls from his nation’s musical godfathers like Daft Punk, while nodding to some of the country’s younger luminaries, like Madeon, and even American talents like Porter Robinson.”  – VICE/thump

“Reminiscent of Daft Punk in its symphonic prowess” – Black Book

“A cross between Justice and Daft Punk. This one get’s our highest praises.” – Are You Not Entertained

“Pure musical talent.” – Less Than 3

French Touch heir apparent UPPERMOST releases his highly anticipated EP “New Moon” today via his UPPWIND imprint!

The New Moon EP features six new tracks including a dazzling collaboration with UK artist Jacob Banks on the standout single “Blame It On Love”. The track is a warm and stunning production blending electronic music, hip-hop and soul and represents the cross-genre production style that makes Uppermost so unique.  The new EP is the first new release from Uppermost since April 2014.

The classification-defying French electronic artist Uppermost (aka Behdad Nejatbakhshe) broke out into the scene in 2011 with his debut album Action and has since built a global cult following with his emotion-infused electro-house.

The production phenom has remained relatively under the radar with US media all while building an audience more than 70,000 strong on Facebook alone, ranking up more than 7-million combined YouTube views on past hits “Flashback” and “Beautiful Light” +(+2 million more on Spotify), and selling more than 50,000 singles since 2013 on his own label UPPWIND. His underground status is set to change with the release of the brand new 6-track EP New Moon out May 25th.





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