Grum has announced the revival of his delayed album, Transmissions From The Deep State. The album will be released on the Anjunabeats label on November 8th, 2019. This announcement also came with the release of his single ‘Stay’, which will be featured on the album.

Hints of this new release date could be seen back in August on a promotional banner hanging on a fence at London’s Anjunadeep Open Air event stating, “Transmissions Resume Soon”.  Fans hoped for the best after seeing the banner and were luckily graced one month later by a release date announcement. 

The album has been long awaited by fans. Originally, an announcement video featuring the single ‘Never Have To Be Alone’ was posted in September 2018, stating the release of Deep State on November 23rd, 2018. This date came and went with no album, leaving listeners questioning the whereabouts of their pre-orders. A week later, Anjuna HQ posted a statement on Reddit informing individuals of a delay out of their control causing the album to be placed on hold, not canceled, until 2019. 

Fans are hoping Deep State pulls through for the November 2019 release, unlike Grum’s never-released album Human Touch. Human Touch was scheduled for 2014, pushed to 2015 and then canceled. Due to this flopped release, Deep State will be the second album release for Grum. It will follow his debut album, Heartbeats released back in 2010.

The Deep State tour is scheduled to begin in London at Steelyard on November 10th. Follow the link here to find a tour location near you.