Kelela releases debut album ‘Take Me Apart’

KELELA RELEASES DEBUT ALBUM Hear Take Me Apart now via Warp Records/Inertia Music

Touring Australia in January

Today, Kelela is releasing her highly-anticipated debut album, Take Me Apart on Warp Recordsvia Inertia Music.

Earlier this week, Kelela was announced as the cover star of The FADER‘s Paradise issue. She also debuted “Waitin” on BBC Radio 1 where the track earned Hottest Record honours. Later she was interviewed by Ebro for his Beats 1 show where she dropped “Blue Light“, listen to the interview here. Kelela also dropped album opener “Frontline“, which originally debuted on HBO’s hit show Insecure.

Last month, Kelela performed at the iconic Hollywood Bowl alongside like-minded artists SolangeBlood OrangeMoses SumneyKING, and Kelsey Lu. Now she’s about to kick off a lengthy tour, playing shows across North America through November, and a slew of dates in Europe before heading to Australia in January, 2018 in support of The xx.
Hear Take Me Apart in its entirety now: https://Inertia.lnk.to/TakeMeApart
See below to watch the previously released video for “LMK
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePi5BLJogyA
PRAISE FOR KELELA

Kelela has a look in her eye, she’s ready to level up. Clattering,
treacherous drums give way to sputtering-then-simmering
synths then that glorious, inquisitive voice.

Herald Sun, ★★★★

It’s seductive and potent and most definitely, “LMK” is enticing as hell.
The AU Review, Single Of The Day “LMK”

A towering achievement of an album.
Stereogum, Album Of The Week

Kelela’s celebration and command of sensitivity and rawness
in her music is both fortifying and revolutionary.

The FADER

In a time where the world seems insanely out of control, there’s power
in tenderness and loving, which is exactly what Kelela is about,
not just in her music but in her life.

Purple Sneakers

A very welcome return from the producer, songwriter, and singer
who looks set to embark on the biggest push of her career.

ACCLAIM

Kelela
Take Me Apart
1. Frontline
2. Waitin
3. Take Me Apart
4. Enough
5. Jupiter
6. Better
7. LMK
8. Truth Or Dare
9. S.O.S.
10. Blue Light
11. Onanon
12. Turn To Dust
13. Bluff
14. Altadena

Featured Photo Credit :  Daniel Sannwald

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