DILLON FRANCIS’ NEW ALBUM HAPPY MACHINE OUT NOW

 
DILLON FRANCIS—HAPPY MACHINE
1. Reaching out (feat. Bow Anderson)
2. Real Love (feat. Aleyna Tilki)
3. Over This (feat. Hayley May)
4. Colors (Liza Owen)
5. Love Me Better (with Shift K3Y feat. Marc E. Bassy)
6. In Case I Fall Asleep
7. Bad (feat. Gina Kushka)
8. Unconditional (with 220 KID feat. Bryn Christopher)
 
 Happy Machine, the new house album from superstar producer, songwriter and DJ Dillon Francis, is out today via Mad Decent—listen here.
The album features previously released tracks “Unconditional” with 220 KID and Bryn Christopher, “Love Me Better” with Shift K3Y and Marc E. Bassy—which recently reached #1 on Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay Chart—and “Reaching Out” featuring Bow Anderson, which E! calls “catchy yet heartfelt.”
Happy Machine is the happiest music of Francis’ career, with an infectious house spirit that courses throughout. Made in the midst of the pandemic, Happy Machine serves as a joyful reentry into the world and a celebration of life, family and friends. It is also his most collaborative and pop-leaning project, featuring contributions from some of the world’s most renowned and prolific songwriters who regularly work with the megastars of the pop world, including Jenna Andrews (BTS, Lily Allen, BENEE), MNEK (Selena Gomez, Little Mix, Julia Michaels), Teddy Geiger (Shawn Mendes, P!nk, John Legend), Sarah Aarons (Zara Larsson, Alessia Cara, Khalid) and more.
Additionally, Francis recently announced the Sugar, Spice and Everything Ice U.S. tour with co-headliner Yung Gravy for 2022, with stops in New York, D.C., Austin, Nashville and more. KITTENS will support. Check out the full dates below and get tickets here.
Earlier this year Francis shared his Very Important Music EP via Mad Decent, a five-track collection of VIP remixes of his own tracks from throughout his career, including collaborations with Kygo, BabyJake, Lao Ra, Evie Irie and Yung Pinch. The Very Important Music EP continues a monumental run for Francis, whose 2020 releases included “Places” with Drove, “Be Somebody,” “You Do You” and more. Also in 2020, Francis presented his three-day IDGAFOS Weekend livestream featuring sets from over 20 artists including himself, Diplo, Sofi Tukker, Aluna, Flosstradamus and more.
Dillon’s major label 2014 debut, Money Sucks, Friends Rule, was released to widespread critical acclaim, with its 2015 follow-up This Mixtape Is Fire reaching #1 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart. In 2018, Dillon released his second LP, WUT WUT, a Spanish-language album featuring some of the biggest names in Latin music; and a scripted comedy series, “Like and Subscribe,” in partnership with Funny or Die. The following year, Francis hit the road with sold out shows across the U.S., a massive performance at Coachella—where he first treated fans to a sneak preview of music from his critically acclaimed 2019 mixtape Magic Is Real, the fourth consecutive year of his residency at the Wynn Las Vegas and the release of the second collection of his Gerald clothing line with Australian label Barney Cools. With the reopening of the world on the horizon, Francis has much in store for the coming months.
 
DILLON FRANCIS LIVE 2021
October 15                                                Savannah, GA                                        ELAN Nightclub­
October 16                                                   Tampa, FL                                               The Ritz Ybor
October 22                                              New Orleans, LA                            Metropolitan Nightclub
December 10                                         San Francisco, CA                                           The Midway
DILLON FRANCIS & YUNG GRAVY LIVE 2022
January 8                                                  Cincinnati, OH     Andrew J. Brady ICON Music Center*
January 12                                                Royal Oak, MI                        Royal Oak Music Theater*
January 13                                                  Madison, WI                                                The Sylvee*
January 15                                              Minneapolis, MN                                                   Armory*
January 18                                                 Nashville, TN                            Marathon Music Works*
January 19                                                   Atlanta, GA                                         Coca-Cola Roxy*
January 21                                                    Austin, TX                               The Concourse Project*
January 22                                                    Dallas, TX                                             Bomb Factory*
January 24                                            Oklahoma City, OK                                        The Criterion*
January 26                                              Kansas City, MO                                                  Midland*
January 27                                                  Denver, CO                                       Mission Ballroom*
January 29                                                 St. Louis, MO                                             The Pageant*
January 31                                                Columbus, OH                                            Express Live*
February 1                                                Cleveland, OH                               TempleLive Masonic*
February 3                                                 Pittsburgh, PA                                                 Stage AE*
February 4                                                   Brooklyn, NY                   Great Hall at Avant Gardner*
February 6                                                 Wallingford, CT                           The Dome at Oakdale*
February 8                                                    Boston, MA                                         House of Blues*
February 10                                              Philadelphia, PA                               Franklin Music Hall*
February 11                                               Washington, DC                                            Echostage*
February 12                                                Richmond, VA                                          The National*
February 14                                                   Norfolk, VA                                                        Norva*
February 15                                                 Charlotte, NC                                            The Fillmore*
February 16                                                  Raleigh, NC                                                    The Ritz*
*with KITTENS
DILLON FRANCIS
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