It follows 2018's A Love I Can't Explain, his first solo album in ten years.
The Exit Records boss shared Lineage on SoundCloud today, though the album has been available as an accompaniment to a photobook via Bandcamp.
"Photography has become the creative outlet I needed in my life, it has no expectations of me, as any hobby rightly should," he writes. "I'm still in my infancy with it and I have a few different cameras but the one I'm drawn to the most is the instant photo format. Its permanence appeals to me, there's no going back, no adding unnecessary filters and repeating until you get it right. It captures a moment; warts and all."
He continues: "It dawned on me that what had started out as a photographic collection of the people I met whilst travelling through music was forming a unified image of the bass music scene, images of the people around me who had helped shape it and are a part of its lineage. This book is a small collection of some of those people, friends and more importantly; family."
This is dBridge's second solo album since October 2018, when he released A Love I Can't Explain, his first LP in a decade.
Listen to Lineage.
Listen back to our interview with dBridge on the RA Exchange from November last year.
02. Hidden Intention
03. Tear Me Open
04. Volitile Level
07. Echo Chamber
Lineage is out now on Exit Records.
Photo credit: Tomoyuki Ichikawa