Labrynth, Sia, and Diplo confirm debut album release date for LSD collaboration
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Labrynth, Sia and Diplo have finally confirmed that their debut album until their LSD moniker will arrive later this year. Announced on Monday, the group revealed their self-titled debut album, will be released one month from today on April 12 via Records/Columbia Records. The album was initially scheduled to arrive back in November of last year, according to the New York Times, but has since been delayed for various reasons not named in the announcement. The release was confirmed by singer Sia via her Twitter on Monday morning.

Since the trio began to release music under their LSD name last spring, singers Labrinth and Sia, and EDM producer Diplo have shared four original singles, “Genius,” “Audio,” “Thunderclouds” and “Mountain.” They also since teamed up with rapper Lil Wayne, who appeared on a remix to “Genius,” which was shared to streaming services earlier this year. Fans can check out the video above to hear their collaborative remix with Lil Wayne in full. 

The group has never performed live, although they would be a fun addition to a festival lineup at events like Coachella or Governors Ball.

Diplo released a six-track EP last month titled, Europa, while Sia hasn’t released a full-length album since 2016’s This Is Acting. The Australian pop singer did release her first-ever holiday album this past year with Everyday Is Christmas. Diplo is currently scheduled to perform at the Hilton Palm Springs on April 19, during the second weekend of this year’s Coachella. Tickets to the popular DJ’s Diplo & Friends event are on sale now and can be purchased by clicking here.