Roosevelt - Embrace [Clear LP] | RECORD STORE DAY
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Roosevelt, unveils his fourth studio album and first on Counter Records. Embrace is available on transparent LP and CD. Over the past decade, multi-instrumentalist Marius Lauber (better known as Roosevelt) has developed a reputation as one of the planet's leading names in electronic pop music, winning over huge audiences with his feel-good live experience. Embrace is unquestionably Rooseveltís strongest and most personal work to date, incorporating his unique combination of tropical dance floor-ready moments with Northern European precision and sensibilities. Alongside the album release, Roosevelt will be embarking on his biggest ever headline tour, which will see him play to over 35k fans in 40 cities across North America, as well as prominent slots at both Life Is Beautiful and Corona Capital Festivals. Tour stops include The Novo in Los Angeles, Brooklyn Steel in NYC, Emoís in Austin, Vic Theatre in Chicago, and more. Itís going to be an exciting 2023 for the German electronic maestro, following past high-profile collaborations with Nile Rodgers, Classixx and Washed Out, and major remixes for the likes of Taylor Swift, CHVRCHES, Glass Animals, and Charlotte Gainsbourg. Previous press acclaim for Roosevelt has been wide reaching, including looks from key tastemakers like Pitchfork, Stereogum and Brooklyn Vegan, globally respected broadsheets like The Guardian, The Times and The Wall Street Journal, plus also within musical cornerstones like Billboard, Mixmag and Rolling Stone.