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Kygo ‘Golden Hour’: Is This Album His Best Yet?

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Kygo just released his third studio album, Golden Hour, and between the plethora of positive critique — and our personal opinion — it’s undeniably the best LP from Kygo yet.

Golden Hour, which follows Kygo’s Cloud Nine (2016) and Kids In Love (2017) LPs, is Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll’s most mature piece of work yet. The 18-track ensemble, which was released on May 29, tells a breathtaking story from start-to-finish.

Listen to Kygo Golden Hour, below:

The full tracklisting for Golden Hour was unveiled in the weeks leading up to the LP (seen below). Prior to Kygo’s latest artist album, singles were released to the public as fans geared up for the most recent Kygo era — the Golden Hour era.

Seamlessly intertwining notes of his signature tropical sound with elements of newfound Kygo, and even noteworthy inspiration reminiscent of Avicii, Golden Hour includes more than just a handful of stand out tracks. And not only are the songs memorable, but there are also dozens of unforgettable features and collaborations on Golden Hour, including OneRepublic, Whitney Houston, Zac Brown (of Zac Brown Band), Oh Wonder, Sandro Cavazza, Valerie Broussard, Zak Abel, Sasha Sloan, Jamie N Commons, Zara Larsson, Tyga, Dreamlab, Haux, and more.

Kygo Golden Hour album track listing

  1. The Truth w/ Valerie Broussard
  2. Lose Somebody w/ OneRepublic
  3. Feels Like Forever w/ Jamie N Commons
  4. Freedom w/ Zak Abel
  5. Beautiful w/ Sandro Cavazza
  6. To Die For w/ St. Lundi
  7. Broken Glass w/ Kim Petras
  8. How Would I Know w/ Oh Wonder
  9. Could You Love Me w/ Dreamlab
  10. Higher Love w/ Whitney Houston
  11. I’ll Wait w/ Sasha Sloan
  12. Don’t Give Up On Love w/ Sam Tinnesz
  13. Say You Will w/ Patrick Droney and Petey
  14. Follow w/ Joe Janiak
  15. Like It Is w/ Zara Larsson and Tyga
  16. Someday w/ Zac Brown
  17. Hurting w/ Rhys Lewis
  18. Only Us w/ Haux

To coincide with the Golden Hour release, in the weeks ahead of the album, Kygo joined forces with designer Kaiser Clark on the Golden Hour Collection.

Golden Hour is available worldwide now through Kygo’s imprint, Palm Tree Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.

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