“Dust In Gravity,” which marks Delerium’s first new single in nearly 4 years, showcases the group’s penchant for combining ambient electronic elements and dance pop beats. The addition of Kreesha’s vocals adds a contemporary R&B flavor to classic Delerium. A video for the track will be released next month, but for now check out this behind-the-scenes interview with Kreesha from the set of “Dust In Gravity below.”
Both the original track and a remix of “Dust In Gravity” by Niels Van Gogh (who also mixed the re-release of “Silence” that went to #1 on Beatport in 2008) will appear on Delerium’s upcoming album this Spring, which will be a collection of definitive remixes from the duo over the years.
Delerium—Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber—are currently in the studio working on a full-length original album. Since the release of their Nettwerk debut album Semantic Spaces in 1995, Delerium have gone on to sell over a million albums in North America alone. They are also known for a string of successful singles, including the worldwide dance smash “Silence” (featuring the talents of superstar Sarah McLachlan). Other hits have included “Lost and Found,” “Flowers Become Screens” and “Innocente.”