Since bursting onto the scene in 2015 with their breakout single “White Dress”, Set Mo have become one of the biggest names in Australian dance music. Now as 2018 draws to a close and the duo prepare for a massive New Years playing to crowds across Australia and New Zealand, they’ve finally announced their debut album.

Surrender is set to be released in early 2019 and spans a massive 16 tracks. To celebrate the announcement the Sydney duo released the title track today. Listen to the slow burning dance floor anthem which features a spoken word sample of Brian Eno below.

Listen: Set Mo – “Surrender”

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The new album is expected to drop early February via Set Mo records and features a handful of new tracks alongside previously released singles such as “Stuck” and “Afterglow” with Thandi Phoenix.

On the new track Set Mo said “Funnily enough this is one of the few tracks that we actually wrote in our Sydney studio. The spoken word on the track comes from the one and only Brian Eno. We’ve been huge fans of Eno and the countless records he’s produced. He also has a very nice way of looking at the world and how music works. We felt this snippet of him talking about surrendering to art fit perfectly with the track and encapsulates our approach to making music and what we’ve done this year,”

Surrender is due for release early next year. Check out Set Mo’s recent track “Wish You Were Here” and their summer tour schedule below.

Listen: Set Mo – “Wish You Were Here”

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Set Mo Summer Tour

Sunday, December 9 – 12 – Your Paradise, Fiji
Wednesday, December 26 – Coco Loco @ La Canteena, Maroochydore
Saturday, December 29 – Rhythm & Vines, Gisborne (NZ)
Monday, December 31 – Falls Festival, Lorne
Tuesday, January 1 – X Cargo, Brisbane
Friday, January 18 – 27 – Electric Gardens Festival, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth & Adelaide

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