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John Summit Announces Debut Album ‘Comfort In Chaos’

3 June 2024 | 3:35 pm | Tione ZylstraMary Varvaris

The album has been described as Summit's "most vulnerable work to date."

John Summit

John Summit (Source: Supplied)

American DJ John Summit has announced the release date for his debut album, Comfort In Chaos. The album is set to arrive on July 12 via Darkroom and his own label, Experts Only.

In a social media post, the Where You Are producer posed with two colourful vinyl records of the album, writing, “My most vulnerable work to date. I’ve put my heart and soul into this, and after years in the making, I can’t wait to finally share it with you all.”

Elaborating further in a press release, Summit said about the new album, “Trying to find peace in chaos is the overarching theme of this album—this is a far more emotional, melodic body of work for me because it’s my most introspective work to date.

“John Summit is the performing act, but when I write music, I get more vulnerable—while writing this album, I had to go from being in the mindset of John Summit to being John Schuster, my real name.”

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The forthcoming album will feature his recent collaboration with Sub Focus, Go Back, as well as singles Where You Are and Shiver. You can pre-save Comfort In Chaos here or pre-order it on vinyl and purchase album bundles on Summit’s website.

In addition to the upcoming album release, John Summit is also heavily rumoured to appear at this year’s Listen Out festival, with The Pop Cult’s Jessie Lynch breaking down the rumours. The line-up reveal for Listen Out 2024 drops tomorrow at 8 am – tune in to triple j to hear the bill announced first.

Despite not having released an album, Summit has released numerous singles and a handful of EPs, with his songs Where You Are and Shiver reaching #8 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Chart.

Back in January, Summit teamed up with Silver Panda to remix an Australian classic: The Temper Trap’s Sweet Disposition. More, please.

The DJ has made his name performing at some of the biggest music festivals in the globe, including Coachella, EDC Las Vegas, Lollapalooza, and Tomorrowland, while he’s also played at iconic venues like Red Rocks and Madison Square Garden. Why not add Listen Out to that list?