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CLIENT LIAISON ARE TAKING US TOWARDS SALVATION WITH 'ELEVATOR UP'

Their hotly anticipated sophomore album, Divine Intervention, is now set for an October release.

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We didn't think think we could love Client Liaison more, and then they hit us with Elevator Up! The second taste of their highly-anticipated sophomore album, Divine Intervention, the pair have also announced a new release date for the record, now set to be released this October.


Written and recorded with Nick Littlemore (PNAU, Empire of the Sun), Elevator Up continues their formidable approach to disco and electronic sonics, bringing us a never ending euphoric party. Of the track, the duo share: “Elevator Up is our dirtiest club tune yet. The song is for nights that don’t want to end. Always on the move, seeking a higher high but forever stuck in the party purgatory between heaven and hell. “Are we going up? Are we going down? Are we going home? Are we staying out?



The songs visual captures the songs conceptual nature, as Client Liaison come face to face with the seven deadly sins as they attempt to ascend towards their salvation. Directed by Peter Hume, the clip of course takes place in a lush elevator, with the duo embodying each sin presented.


Alongside the new track comes the upsetting news that the duo have been forced to cancel their forthcoming tour, due to the ongoing lockdowns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. There is one silver lining, their shows scheduled this October at Melbourne's The Forum are still set to go ahead! All other dates are cancelled, with full refunds issued to all affected ticket buyers from the place of purchase.



Elevator Up is out now! Listen to the track below. Divine Intervention is out September 10