Establishing themselves as one of the most fiercely talented acts in dance music right now, Third Party‘s rise has enjoyed a steady and gradual incline to their current status as kings of the progressive house scene. From supporting Swedish House Mafia at their 2012 Masquerade Motel show in Miami, the pair, made up of Harry Bass and Jonnie Macaire, have continued to blitz all before them, culminating in the release of their simply jaw-dropping ‘HOPE’ album in 2017.
The production, which spawned iconic hits such as ‘Live Forever‘ and Martin Garrix collab ‘Lions in the Wild’, served as a pre-cursor for the sensational year enjoyed by the duo in 2018, where they have headlined their own Release Records nights at the likes of Ministry of Sound London, and Amsterdam Dance Event, bringing an all-star cast which included the likes of Kryder, Corey James, and many more. Aside from their mesmerising performances, Third Party have spent much of the year slowly unveiling an array of the singles set to feature on their highly anticipated second album, including ‘Free’, ‘Midnight’, ‘Remember,’ and ‘Come With Me.’
Now, after many months of speculation, Third Party have announced both a release date, and name, for the album, which will be called ‘TOGETHER‘. Set to drop in February, excitement is already gearing up to what will undoubtedly serve as one of the most hotly discussed releases in 2019’s dance calendar.
Our second album… TOGETHER
≡ Coming February 2019 ≡ pic.twitter.com/YxQyhbGYD4
— Third ≡ Party (@ThirdPartyLive) December 17, 2018