Isaac Delusion Ruminates On The Symbiotic Nature Of Chaos & Order In “disorder”

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Still from Isaac Delusion — disorder YouTube

Parisian duo Isaac Delusion taps into the strange complementary relationship between chaos and order in their new single “disorder.” Bleached with howling choruses and braided with funk, “disorder” is a madcap electropop piece that feels calculatedly messy. And that’s what gives it such a unique sound – it’s sophisticated, yet embraces a form of freestyle:

“Like natural laws, order can rise from chaos. We sometimes need to follow our intuitions and desires, even when they seem to lead towards dangerous ground.”

“disorder” is from the duo’s new record uplifters, which will be out tomorrow, November 8th. They’ll also be kicking off their European tour next February, so make sure to go see them:

Europe 2020

25 February LONDON Omeara

28 February KÖLN Artheater

29 February BERLIN Bi Nuu

2 March HAMBURG Nichtspeicher

4 March AMSTERDAM Paradiso Upstairs

6 March BRUSSELS Botanique

7 March LAUSANNE Les Docks