Dillon Francis not only celebrates his birthday today, but also releases his newest album Happy Machine. The 8 track project consistent of more house/pop leaning productions, different to his trap/moombahton offerings in the past.
As the title implies, Happy Machine is the happiest music of Francis’ career, with an infectious house spirit that courses throughout. Made in the midst of the pandemic, Happy Machine serves as a joyful reentry into the world and a celebration of life, family and friends.
The album features previously released tracks ‘Unconditional’ with 220 KID and Bryn Christopher, ‘Love Me Better’ with Shift K3Y and Marc E. Bassy—which recently reached #1 on Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay Chart—and ‘Reaching Out’ featuring Bow Anderson.
“I made ‘Happy Machine’ throughout quarantine and it was the most fulfilling and serendipitous processes I’ve experienced as an artist. My goal was to give people something joyous during a time of deep uncertainty and turmoil, something I hope will provide a bit of brightness and fun. This is by far my most collaborative album yet, and being able to work with so many talented artists, songwriters and producers from all over the world toward one common goal to create something positive, as we all go through this difficult experience, felt unifying and hopeful.” explained Dillion alongside the announcement of the LP.