Following the release of his single “Your Love” last Summer, Selbor returns with “Lies”, the first taster of his upcoming debut album. The track combines uplifting beats and house piano hooks with an indie disco chorus about selective memory. The self-titled debut recird will land on 1st April.
Selbor has already found fans in the likes of Agoria, Caribou and Roman Flügel and Hot Chip, the latter having remixed his last single. The album was written and recorded between Seville, Berlin and London, and fully immersed and influenced by each city’s distinctive vibe, the result is a unique blend of flamenco, electronica and indie dance.
For the cover of his debut album, Selbor has collaborated with artist DÉBORAS, sculptor and master of 3D Design, known for her work for Black Lives Matter and London coolest Queer club Adonis.

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