Roosevelt announces new album ‘Polydans’ + new song

New album out February 26th via Greco-Roman / City Slang

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Following on from recent singles Sign and Echoes, Cologne-based producer, musician and songwriter Roosevelt (Marius Lauber) has just announced his third album Polydans for release on February 26th via Greco-Roman / City Slang. Coinciding with this news, he also shares new track Feels Right. Listen below.

Lauber comments on the new track:

Feels Right is about a feeling of stoic empowerment. When I wrote the song, it began with an ESG-influenced funk loop, which even in its rawest form had something very euphoric and playful. It’s definitely one of the songs on the album that came together really easily – one of these where the song dictates which direction to go rather than you overthinking it for weeks

On making the album he adds:

It felt incredibly liberating to realize that I’m in a position now to go to the studio every day and just do the music that feels right,” he says. “In this respect, ‘Polydans’ is my most personal album yet, as there hasn’t been any creative limitations – I just did what made me happy.

Polydans artwork and tracklisting

  1. Easy Way Out
  2. Strangers
  3. Feels Right
  4. Closer To My Heart
  5. Montjuic
  6. Forget
  7. See You Again
  8. Lovers
  9. Echoes
  10. Sign

Roosevelt will head on a UK and European headline tour in 2021, including stops in Dublin, Manchester and London (tickets here). Full dates can be found below.

Marius Lauber has also been keeping busy as producer for artists such as Classixx and Washed Out and has remixed the likes of Rhye, Sundara Karma, Chvrches and Charlotte Gainsbourg.

Polydans is available to pre-order and pre-save now.

Listen on Apple Music

Deborah Jacobs

Music blogger by night, SEO by day. Started Indie is not a Genre in 2011, will always prefer live music over recordings and intimate pub gigs over arena shows.

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