Dave has announced that his highly-anticipated sophomore album, We’re All Alone In This Together, will be arriving on July 23rd.
The British rapper’s 2019 debut, Psychodrama, elevated Dave to the top of the UK grime game. The record won ‘Album Of The Year’ at the AIM Awards and Brit Awards plus the highly acclaimed Mercury Prize — the most coveted gong in British music.
After a two year absence, Dave returned early this year with teaser tracks’ Titanium’ and ‘Mercury’, both of which got pulses racing about his new album and now he’s finally confirmed it.
Dave has been hinting about the album relentlessly, and earlier this year, he captioned a series of snaps from his holiday: “After this imma my second album I promise”.
Last week he teased a collaboration with Stormzy by sharing a photo of the duo and captioned the image, ‘July 9th’. With the two biggest names in British rap set to collide on a track this Friday, expectations for Dave’s We’re All Alone In This Together couldn’t be any higher.
See the announcement, below.