Faithless return with first album in a decade, unveil lead single, 'Synthesizer'

Iconic ’90s electronica group, Faithless, has announced its first album in a decade. Defined by groundbreaking hits like “Insomnia,” “God Is a DJ,” and “Salva Mea,” the British band has accrued seven Top 10 singles, six Top 10 albums, and upwards of 15 million record sales over its 25-year history. The musical return reflects the act’s manifesto to “be conscious, be caring, and love yourself.” Titled All Blessed, the full-length will feature Gaika, Suli Breaks, Caleb Femi, and more.

Faithless first broke their 10 year hiatus in July with “This Feeling.” Now, the acclaimed group follows the single with its latest release, “Synthesizer,” and an accompanying video. Recruiting Nathan Ball for a guest spot, Faithless engineer an invigorating house track, paired with hypnotic grooves and club-ready beats.

All Blessed will be released on October 23 via BMG.