Fever Ray announces new album, shares “Carbon Dioxide”
Radical Romantics, due out March 10 via Mute, will be the Swedish synth-pop artist’s first album release in over five years.
Fever Ray has announced their third studio album, Radical Romantics, due out March 10 on Mute. The Karin Dreijer-led project will be the first new Fever Ray album in over five years, following their self-titled 2009 record and their 2017 sophomore LP, Plunge.
Collaborators on the project will include Nine Inch Nails‘ Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, Vessel, and Nídia. Dreijer’s brother and former The Knife bandmate, Olof Dreijer, also co-produced and co-wrote four of the songs on Radical Romantics, which is the first time the siblings have made music together in eight years.
Along with the album announcement, Fever Ray has also released a high-energy single called “Carbon Dioxide.” Watch the lyric video below.
Last week, Fever Ray teased the new track on social media after dropping their first single since 2017, “What They Call Us”, last month.