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THE B-SIDE
Gesaffelstein (Columbia)
2/22/19

WHAT IT IS: Following 2013’s critically acclaimed debut album, Alpeh, the French artist, DJ and producer Gesaffelstein returns with new song “Reset,” plus a new single with The Weeknd, “Lost in the Fire.” The latter has accumulated more than 80m global Spotify and Apple Music streams since its release at the top of the year. It was #1 Most Added at Pop and Rhythm radio, and #2 Most Added at Urban, with 240+ multi-format commitments on impact. New album Hyperion, complete with several notable chart-topping features, is set for a spring release.
 ALBUM: Hyperion
 RELEASE DATE: Spring 2019
 SINGLE: “Lost in the Fire” w/The Weeknd
 LIVE: Confirmed for Coachella and Governors Ball
 INTERNET: 100m in total playlist audience for “Lost in the Fire”; key playlisting includes Spotify’s Today’s Top Hits and Apple Music’s Today’s Hits; approaching 100m global audio streams; nearly 30m official video views 500m Spotify streams across all remix/collaboration tracks
 RADIO: Top 15 Pop and Top 20 Rhythm (at press time) following #1 Most Added at both formats upon release; 350+ multi-format commitments, crossing 40m+ in weekly audience; #5 Gainer at Pop and #11 Rhythm
 PRESS: Rolling Stone (“Riding the line between epic love and neurotic lust…fans will be pleased”), Billboard (“It’s the kind of song that gets stuck in your head”), Complex (“The song is really f*cking good and presumably marks the start of a particularly prolific year for Gesaffelstein”), Pitchfork, Fader, Spin, Hypebeast, ET, Consequence of Sound, Elle, Stereogum, more
 BOOKING: Max Braun /Paradigm
 MANAGEMENT: Emmanuel Barron , Alexandra Pilz Hayot /Savoir Faire