The London-based Frenchman will release his debut full-length early next year.
Eeprom is most well known for his dance floor productions, entering the scene with a dark and rolling electro-house sound before venturing towards the more techno and minimal-based style that he favours today. However, the Yes Is More album will see Eeprom turn his hand to a wider set of influences, incorporating song structures and live instrumentation and even recording a cover of Sister Sledge's classic disco anthem, "Lost in Music."
Lead single "Give Me Pain" sounds like a stripped-back take on Beck, "Vivid Love" sees Eeprom offer up a melancholic slo-mo ballad, and he's even hooked up with Chloé for a hushed but eerie duet. Fans of his more functional club tracks shouldn't worry, as there'll still be a few new four-to-the-floor tracks on the album, while previously released skippy techno jam "Confessions of an English Opium-Eater" will find its way onto CD for the first time.
01. Thanks for Nothing
02. Give Me Pain
03. Stilettos Rising
05. Desire No More
06. Confessions of an English Opium-Eater
07. The Feminine Man (feat. Chloe)
08. Unmistakably You
09. Lost in Music (feat. Au Revoir Simone’s Erika Forster)
11. Vivid Love
12. What's a Balloon But a Bag of Air
Fondation / Infine will release Danton Eeprom's Yes Is More in late January 2010.