With Millions of Streams Atop Two Decades of Tenure, Tortured Soul Celebrate Release of 20th Anniversary Album — Available Now!
A Curated Mix of Unreleased Soulful-House Gems & Fan-Fave Hits
Celebrating 20 years of 100% LIVE soulful-house hits, Tortured Soul have cracked open their extensive vault to release their 20th Anniversary Album — available now from Slammin Media and distributed worldwide through Believe Distribution.
A hefty mix of fan favourites and unreleased gems, the 16-track tome sees the Brooklyn-based trio toast two decades on the scene by unveiling five tracks and mixes yet to be offered — including two exclusive live recordings from the band’s 2020 performance at Little Big Beat Studios in Liechtenstein.
With their first single “I Might Do Something Wrong” out 20 years ago, Tortured Soul are a veritable force of nature when it comes to their world-class modern sound and deep, groove-centric rhythm. Likened to ‘The Roots of House Music,’ frontman and songwriter John-Christian Urich leads this charge of incredible international musicians between their Neo-soul and contemporary peers.
Speaking of “I Might Do Something Wrong,” keen ears will hear not one, but two inklings of the track on the 20th Anniversary Album: “I Might Do Something Wrong (Super Original Edit Intro)” and “I Might Do Something Wrong (Osunlade Lonely Mix).”
Deliberately not titled as a ‘Greatest Hits’ release so as to not fret fans about the band coming to a standstill, Tortured Soul’s 20th Anniversary Album is offered as an invitation to celebrate while they put the finishing touches on a bevy of forthcoming all-new releases. Their recent livestream on DECTV from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas had more than 5+ Million viewers, and they are also currently on tour: Cafe Berlin in Madrid, Spain on November 5th, Stadthalle Aalen in Aalen, Germany on November 6th, The Cause in London, UK on November 7th, and Mirus Gallery in Denver, Colorado on November 20th.
Tortured Soul’s 20th Anniversary Album is available now from Slammin Media and distributed worldwide through Believe Distribution.
We would like to thank Eric Alper for the artist profile and press release.