Trivecta Announces Sophomore Album With Lead Single “Alaska” Featuring Casey Cook

Excited to announce the release of Trivecta’s sophomore studio album on Ophelia.

The album comes two years after his full-length debut with ‘The Way Back Up’, which saw Trivecta carve out his own sonic identity
and lane within the highly popular melodic bass space. Like on the last record, he shows an impressive range of diversity, jumping from folk-tinged melodic dubstep to experimental bass, golden-age electro house and even banging techno.

Trivecta has been one of the fastest growing acts on the label and in the wider bass scene online and in the live circuit. Not only have his releases garnered support from artists like Illenium, Gryffin, Don Diablo and The Chainsmokers, but he’s collaborated with SLANDER, Seven Lions, Excision, Wooli, Kill The Noise, Jason Ross and even Scott Stapp from Creed. Just since his last album, he’s played direct support for Illenium at SoFi Stadium, Red Rocks, The Gorge, The LA Convention Center and Echostage and his first Ultra Music Festival, where he teased the new album tracks.

Initially teased on screen during Trivecta’s performance supporting Illenium at a sold out Sofi Stadium, the official album announcement will come alongside the first single “Alaska” on July 5th. The track debuted during his Ultra performance this year and features the beloved singer/songwriter Casey Cook on vocals.

As the official record label of melodic dubstep leader Seven Lions, Ophelia Records is a label that promotes independent dance music across a wide range of genres. In just five years, Ophelia has become one of the hottest labels in electronic music thanks to its tight-knit community and ability to connect fans of melodic bass, dubstep, trance, psytrance, drum & bass, house and beyond. With over 200 catalog releases from acts such as SLANDER, Excision, Kill The Noise, MitiS, Jason Ross, NGHTMRE, Wooli, Trivecta, Blastoyz, Crystal Skies and Last Heroes, Ophelia has multiple #1 iTunes dance records and has been supported on the covers of mint and danceXL with additional playlisting on New Music Friday, Dance Rising, Bass Arcade and SiriusXM BPM. The label has also sold out showcases at Echostage, Avant Gardner and Red Rocks, as well as hosted festival stage takeovers at Electric Zoo, Miami Music Week, Nocturnal Wonderland and more.