Walker & Royce Drop New Album ‘No Big Deal’ via Dirtybird

Walker & Royce have released their newest album, No Big Deal, via Dirtybird Records. This album should be a big deal, no pun intended, for anyone who loves rhythmic, yet chill Dance music. The album provides ten stellar tracks for all to enjoy as these tracks have soundscapes that complement anywhere that rocks an upbeat vibe. The phenomenal Tech House duo of Walker & Royce had already released six of the ten pieces of No Big Deal on two separate EPs, Part 1 and Part 2, of the same title back in November and January respectively.

The album has been supported by top artists such as VNSSA, Reggie Watts, and Barney Bones. Click ‘Play’ on the Spotify link below to listen to this awesome album, one that has plenty of solid vocals and a vast amount of spectacular melodies, basslines, and percussion. Tracks on No Big Deal like ‘Motivashun’, ‘I Don’t Remember’, and ‘Fatalistic Groove’ will get bodies moving in a millisecond.

Upcoming Tour Dates Of Walker & Royce

Walker & Royce are currently on their North American tour. As of this writing, they will perform at Austin’s illustrious Concourse Project venue. Check out the upcoming dates below.

  • March 30 – The Concourse Project – Austin, TX
  • April 12 – Space – Miami, FL
  • April 26 – Experts Only Caverns Weekender – Pelham TN
  • April 27 – Stereo Live – Houston, TX
  • May 3 – Warehouse 215 – Phoenix, AZ
  • May 3-4 – Shabang Festival – San Luis Obispo, CA
  • May 18 – Bass In the Grass – Darwin, AUS
  • May 31 – Takara @ The Brooklyn Mirage – Brooklyn, NY
  • June 14 – Bossanova Ballroom – Portland, OR
  • August 1-4 – Lollapalooza – Chicago, IL
  • August 9-11 – Elements Music & Arts Festival – Long Pond, PA
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