One of the most successful US electronic music duos of the past decade, Chad Cisneros and David Reed, aka Tritonal just released their fifth studio album Coalesce via Enhanced Music! The two partners are continuing to build their legacy in the American music industry with their most authentic album to date. Coalesce was born as the duo began to reflect on their experiences together while coming to terms with their connection to creating music. They rediscovered their purpose as artists to create something that felt like coming home to their real roots and sound. A homage to the simple beginning and the love for the music that brought them together.

“Something Beautiful” with Eric Lumiere, paints an idyllic and fascinating sound that is so unique it’s hard to put into words. It features an atmospheric soundscape punctuated by shimmering textures, head-nodding beats, and laser-guided synth lines. Eric’s warm vocals add to the spiritual significance as he sings about teetering the line between darkness and light. A truly special track especially for the electronic music genre.

“‘Something Beautiful’ is about striving for truth amidst the scars and stories of our journey,” shares Tritonal. “Everything we experience is pushing us to our original home, regardless of how we judge it based on our habits and conditioning. With the help of Eric Lumiere’s powerful vocals, this track encourages you to trade the pain for the beauty.”


“Something Beautiful” is the eighth and final single from Tritonal’s forthcoming album that combines everything they have learned on their musical journey thus far. Coalesce is an 18-track LP that also contains some of their most popular previous tracks such as “Signals” with Sarah De Warren which speaks to the affinity of love and how it binds us together and “Safe & Sound” with Last Heroes and Lizzy Land about settling into comfort in the chaos of discomfort. “Back To My Love” with Marlhy seeks to offer a space for listeners to set their differences aside and ponder on our shared experiences of the human condition while “Losing My Mind” with HALIENE focuses on the deep fears triggered through anxiety and depression followed by ultimate emotional acceptance. Besides the strongly emphatical tunes, the album of course also sports some killer party songs: “Out Of The Dark” with EMME, the heavy-hitting club track “Waterboiler,” and the uplifting “Superhuman” with Codeko.

All in all, the tracks have already scored far over 10 million streams and gained huge support from fellow giants in the music industry such as Dancing Astronaut, All Access Music, EDM Identity, Spindle Magazine, and many more.

Coalesce is a stunning progressive trance production that sees Tritonal’s refined sound at its very best, supported by outstanding vocal performances from a variety of collaborators, and is already set to be a favorite amongst fans!

But that’s not all Tritonal started off their Coalesce Album Tour on August 27 in Los Angeles, CA. They just played in San Francisco a few days ago with their next stop being Philadelphia towards the end of September. The tour will take place in other major cities including Brooklyn, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, and Denver before wrapping on December 17 in Seattle, WA.

The duo will host Tritonia 400 (a celebration for the upcoming 400th episode of their weekly podcast) with a stop on October 1 in their hometown of Austin, TX. The event will include a daytime yoga practice in flow with the duo’s meditation album, Reverence, a deep set, a nightclub performance, and sets by Cosmic Gate, Gabriel & Dresden, Matt Fax, and Farius. Tickets are on sale now, see below for full tour routing. Get your tickets now and find out more details here


August 27 – Los Angeles, CA @ Exchange LA

September 2 – Portland, OR @ 45 East

September 4 – San Francisco, CA @ 1015 Folson

September 23 – Philadelphia, PA @ NOTO Philadelphia

September 25 – Brooklyn, NY @ Superior Ingredients

October 1 – Austin, TX @ The Concourse Project – Tritonia 400

October 6 – Raleigh, NC @ Alchemy

October 8 – Boston, MA @ Big Night Live

October 14 – London, UK @ Ministry of Sound – Tritonia 400

October 27 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Sky SLC

October 29 – Edmonton, AB @ SCREAM

November 4 – Tempe, AZ @ Sunbar Tempe

November 18 – Dallas, TX @ Stereo Live

November 19 – Houston, TX @ Stereo Live Houston

December 2 – San Diego, CA @ Nova SD

December 9 – Chicago, IL @ Sound-Bar

December 16 – Denver, CO @ The Church

December 17 – Seattle, WA @ The Showbox

German/Polish student located in the Bay Area, exploring the US through music and art. Follow me on Insta @nicoleworldtraveller to join me on my adventures!
German/Polish student located in the Bay Area, exploring the US through music and art. Follow me on Insta @nicoleworldtraveller to join me on my adventures!

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