The Parisian house pioneer, Martin Solveig, has graced the music scene once again with his highly anticipated album, Back to Life. Marking his first full-length release in over a decade, the album is a testament to Solveig‘s enduring talent and his ability to craft infectious melodies that resonate with listeners worldwide.
Back to Life is a vibrant tapestry of sounds, seamlessly blending Solveig‘s signature Disco grooves with a modern twist. The album features an array of talented collaborators, including Stefflon Don, Raphaella, Ina Wroldsen, MNDR, and Faouzia, each adding their unique flair to the mix.
The album opener and latest single, ‘I Don’t Wanna Work‘, sets the tone with its irresistible disco flavor and Stefflon Don‘s catchy vocals. ‘Coffee at Tiffany’s‘ maintains the party vibe with Raphaella‘s sweet melodies over funk bass, while ‘Lost‘ takes a more reflective turn, offering a heartfelt moment of introspection.
‘Bite Size‘, featuring Ina Wroldsen, is a piano ballad infused with Disco energy, showcasing Solveig‘s versatility as a producer. The album’s lead single, ‘Allo Allo‘, once again features Raphaella‘s infectious vocals, creating an earworm that lingers long after the song ends.
‘After Midnight‘, featuring MNDR, brings a cool downtempo vibe, while ‘Now Or Never‘ is an emotional banger featuring the soaring vocals of singer-songwriter Faouzia. The album closes with ‘Confettis & Rain‘, a beautifully melancholic piano-driven ballad that leaves a lasting impression.
With Back to Life, Martin Solveig has delivered an album that is both a celebration of his musical roots and a bold step forward. It’s a testament to his enduring talent and his ability to create music that connects with listeners on a deep emotional level. Buy or Stream the Album Here.