How Tritonal's PRAANA Created “Musical Medicine” With Their Transformative Debut Album

PRAANA‘s debut album has finally arrived, and it’s bound to sweep you away with its celestial sound, a captivating take on progressive house.

PRAANA emerged from a shroud of mystery, revealing themselves as a new artistic endeavor from the minds behind the renowned trance producers Tritonal. The project has taken on a life of its own throughout the past five years, ultimately leading to the release of Supernal Dawn, a big moment for the duo.

Supernal Dawn is a showcase of PRAANA’s distinctive blend of melodic complexity and energetic rhythms. Each track embarks on a blissed-out journey, enchanting us with warm, bubbly textures and pensive melodies.

The album’s collaborations stand out as highlights, bringing a fresh melange of voices and styles to the forefront. PRAANA have carefully enlisted producers and label-mates like Klur and Modera, as well as a swath of gifted vocalists to help craft the sonic palette of Supernal Dawn, among them Julia Church, Ed Graves, Kuala, Danni Carra, Dolly Rae and Anna-Sophia Henry.

With its mesmerizing sound design and thought-provoking lyricism, Supernal Dawn is a stunner. Tracks like “Sanctuary” and “Breathe In (Rest In Beingness)” are as soothing as they are attention-grabbing. Cuts such as “Mojave” and “In The Blue,” on the other hand, are perfectly crafted for cathartic moments on the dancefloor. There’s a lot of genre disparity here, but electronic seems to be its touchstone. Who or what has influenced you from around the world of electronic music?

Purple Tears: Some of our favorite electronic artists from the past, present and future would be The Zodiac, RÜFÜS DU SOL and XA=XI. What’s next for Purple Tears?

Purple Tears: Some of us are going to a party tonight at Drake’s house. He asked us to bring a guitar and sing a few songs. So, we’ll see how that goes.