Oliver Heldens has revealed details of his forthcoming debut album.
Speaking to Mexico City radio station Beat 100.9 FM, the Dutch DJ, producer and label boss suggested that the LP will drop later this year at the earliest.
Heldens said, "Since 2018, I’ve been doing less shows than usual. Before 2018, I did like 150 shows per year and now I do around 110 per year. So, I made a lot more new music. I am definitely thinking about my album. I already have too many songs that I want to release."
"An album is usually 12 songs and I have more than 12 I want to release," he continued. "So, at this end of this year or early next year… but you can also expect more singles to come.”
The Rotterdam DJ and producer was set to perform at the now-cancelled Tomorrowland Winter in France this weekend.
Last month, Heldens took part in a 24-hour marathon show to celebrate the 1st anniversary of One World Radio.
In other album news, Four Tet will launch his new LP in London on Friday, 13th March.
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