Mark Ronson Announces New Album ‘Late Night Feelings’ And Releases Title Track Featuring Lykke Li

Triple threat Mark Ronson – winner of an Academy Award, Grammy Award, and a Golden Globe, has announced that his highly anticipated fifth studio album, ‘Late Night Feelings’, will be released on June 21, through Columbia Records. The title track, featuring Lykke Li, is out now.

The album will feature collaborations with a wide range of artists, including Miley Cyrus, Camila Cabello, Alicia Keys, Angel Olsen, YEBBA, King Princess, The Last Artful Dodgr, Diana Gordon, and Ilsey.

Ronson describes the album as a collection of “sad bangers”, and so it’s no surprise that the title track is both emotionally complex and personal. ‘Late Night Feelings’ features an addictive chorus, and was written by Mark Ronson, Ilsey Juber, Lykke Li and Stephen Kozmeniuk. The single was produced by Mark and co-produced by the Picard Brothers at Zelig Studios in LA.

‘Late Night Feelings’ is the second single from the album, and is the follow up to his 2018 release, ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’. The track featured Miley Cyrus, and went platinum, with 250 million streams worldwide, and 100 million video views.

The album’s release comes after Ronson’s landmark year, which saw him win an Academy Award, a Grammy, and a Golden Globe, for his work with Lady Gaga on her song, ‘Shallow’, which she sang on her film, ‘A Star Is Born’.

In addition to the release of new music, Ronson has been DJing at pop up parties, which he has dubbed “Club Heartbreak”, a reflection of the tone of his new album.

Mark Ronson will make history by becoming the first artist to release his album on five iconic formats at the same time. Not simply content to release ‘Late Night Feelings’ digitally, the album will also be available on CD, Vinyl, Cassette, and limited editions of 8 Track and Mini Disc, with the latter two available only from Mark’s Website. Visit here for all versions of ‘Late Night Feelings’.

Stream and download the title track, ‘Late Night Feelings’ here.


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