Steve Angello has returned with two brand new songs — “Rejoice” and “Breaking Kind” — and promises to release two more every week until his upcoming album Almost Human drops!

The iconic producer takes an especially artistic outlook on the project, which has completely shaped his release strategy and how he builds his live shows. Angello’s three-part album signifies different stages of his life: Act I – GenesisAct ll – Inferno, and Act lll – Paradiso, all of which will come to life through masterfully crafted storytelling.

“After months of disconnect I felt I had to change the way I made music, change the way I thought of music and the way I felt about music. First step was to reinvent my live performance and to do that we changed the whole way we presented the art-form we all loved unconditionally. “

Through the following tracks, Angello’s newfound connection with music can be heard loud and clear. “Rejoice” is a moving, gospel-inspired opening track that sets the tone for Act I: Genesis, and “Breaking Kind” moves quickly into swarm of emotions that show the depth of his work and personal evolution through sound.

These are some absolute must-listens!

Steve Angello – Rejoice

“Rejoice” is the most powerful piece of music I’ve ever created. It isn’t a written record to fill a void or accomplish status this is pure motivation, inspiration and honesty expressed by an incredible bishop that changed me completely. I’ve never done anything like it and I’ve never worked with words that meant more in my entire career. This record is groundbreaking for me as an individual. It came into my life when I needed it the most and I had to make that moment last forever by immortalizing it.

Steve Angello – Breaking Kind

“Breaking Kind” is one of my favorite songs of the album. The genius song melody, writing and performance floored me first time I heard it. It represents the soundtrack of my life, melodically and musically it hits every emotion I have for display. It moves me into Melancholy happiness, while delivering the highest form of nostalgia.