“Instead of bending his sound around the vocalists, [Cashmere Cat] brings them into his own vibrant world—putting people like Cabello on beats that are both profoundly strange and strangely affecting. It’s like he’s opened up a seam to an alternate reality where FM radio’s a little more uncanny.” —Vice’s THUMP

Globally acclaimed producer Cashmere Cat’s debut album 9 is out now on Mad Love/Interscope Records. Stream/download it here and watch the new lyric video for “Quit,” featuring Ariana Grande, here.

The video for “9 (After Coachella)” featuring and SOPHIE, directed by Jake Schreier, debuted this week ahead of the release—watch it here.

In addition to “9 (After Coachella),” 9 features “Wild Love” featuring The Weeknd and Francis and the Lights, “Love Incredible” with Camila Cabello and “Trust Nobody” with features from Selena Gomez and Tory Lanez. The album includes further collaborations with Ariana Grande, Kehlani, Ty Dolla Sign, Jhene Aiko, Kacy Hill and more.

Cashmere Cat is Norwegian producer Magnus August Høiberg. Since emerging in 2012, Cashmere Cat has become one of the most acclaimed producers in the world; SPIN calls him “a pop mega-force” while Stereogum praises his “sort of askew, brightly colored crystalline Cartoon Network bangers.” 9 follows his critically acclaimed EPs Mirror Maru and Wedding Bells.

Cashmere Cat is currently touring North America playing headline dates including Portland, Seattle and Los Angeles with festival slots at Panorama, Electric Forest, Firefly and more. Go to for more information.

For more information, please contact Reid Kutrow or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

1.Night Night ft. Kehlani
2. Europa Pools ft. Kacy Hill
3. After Coachella ft. MØ and SOPHIE
4. Wild Love ft. The Weeknd and Francis and the Lights
5. Quit ft. Ariana Grande
6. Victoria’s Veil
7. Infinite Stripes ft. Ty Dolla $ign
8. Trust Nobody ft. Selena Gomez and Tory Lanez
9. Love Incredible ft. Camila Cabello
10. Plz Don’t Go ft. Jhene Aiko


April 28 /// Minneapolis, MN /// The Loft 
April 29 /// Kansas City, MO /// Riot Room 
May 2 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// Urban Lounge
May 3 /// Boise, ID /// Neurolux
May 4 /// Portland, OR /// Wonder Ballroom
May 5 /// Seattle, WA /// Showbox 
May 6 /// Eugene, OR /// WOW Hall
May 9 /// Sacramento, CA /// Harlow’s
May 10 /// San Luis Obispo, CA /// Fremont Theatre
May 11 /// Santa Barbara, CA /// EOS Lounge
May 12 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Wiltern
May 13 /// San Diego, CA /// Observatory North Park 
June 3 /// Houston, TX ///  FPSF
June 16 ///  Barcelona, Spain ///  Sonar By Night
June 17 /// Dover, DE /// Firefly Music Festival
June 29 /// Rothbury, MI ///  Electric Forest
July 1 /// Roskilde, Denmark /// Roskilde
July 15 ///  Louisville, KY ///  Forecastle Festival
July 16 /// Birmingham, AL /// Sloss Festival
July 30 ///  New York, NY ///  Panorama Music & Arts Festival
August 11 /// Oslo, Norway /// Øyafestival
August 12 /// Gothenburg, Sweden /// Way Out West
August 14  /// Budapest, Hungary /// Sziget (A38 Stage)
August 19 /// Hasselt, Belgium /// Pukkelpop (Boiler Room)
August 20 /// Biddinghuize, Netherlands /// Lowlands (India Stage)
August 23  /// Zurich, Switzerland /// Zurich Openair
August 24 /// Charleville-Mézières, France – Cabaret Vet
September 1 /// Hampton, VA ///  Hampton Coliseum
August 5 /// Fontana, CA /// HARD Summer Music Festival