Porter Robinson has revealed ‘Lionhearted’ the propulsive next single from his highly anticipated debut album ‘Worlds’. Out August 4th , the driving alt-electronic anthem is an infectious, radio-ready track that showcases Porter’s pop prowess and superior song craft. Featuring surging vocals from Swedish indie outfit Urban Cone, ‘Lionhearted’ pushes-and-pulls between ambient sighs and power chords resulting in one of the summer’s most undeniable jams. Listen to the anthemic new single here.

‘Worlds’ – out August 11th – kicks off with the swelling ‘Divinity’ featuring Amy Millan of Stars which trickles into the brand new #1 HypeM single ‘Sad Machine’ (Porter’s vocal debut in a duet with a robot) which premiered via FADER and was selected as a top track of the week by both Billboard and Stereogum upon its release in May.

The album’s first single ‘Sea of Voices’ trended #1 on Facebook when it was leaked to Porter’s fans via Twitter during the Oscars earlier this year and quickly shot to #2 on the iTunes electronic chart and #5 on HypeM, #5 on Spotify’s viral chart. It has surpassed more than 1 million Soundcloud plays to date.

Additional album highlights include the glitched-out avant centerpiece ‘Fellow Feeling’ which swells from violin-driven sentiment to industrial static, before settling into palpitating chords, and ‘Years of War’ a radiant synth pop track propelled by a fuzzy beat featuring Breanne Duren (Owl City) and Sean Caskey (Last Dinosaurs). ‘Hear the Bells’ featuring Imaginary Cities prolongs the euphoria and ‘Polygon Dust’ a swelling electronic pop tune featuring Norwegian duo Lemaitre, who will open for Porter on the ‘Worlds’ North American Tour.

Launching August 28th the massive 40+ date tour will see headline appearances dates at the NYC’s Terminal 5, LA’s Shrine Auditorium, and the 9:30 Club in Washington DC  with Porter manipulating multi-tracks, triggering samples, playing midi keys and using controllers to create a fully-live affair that stands in stark contrast to his previous DJ appearances.

With support from Lemaitre

8/28 Vancouver, BC – Vogue
8/29 Seattle, WA – WaMu Theater
8/30 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
8/31 Portland, OR – Roseland
9/1 Eugene, OR – McDonald Theater
9/2 Boise, ID – Knitting Factory
9/4 Reno, NV – Knitting Factory
9/5 Salt Lake City, UT – The Great Saltair
9/6 Denver, CO – Fillmore
9/9 Tucson, AZ – Rialto Theater
9/10 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theater
9/11 San Diego, CA – SOMA
9/12 San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
9/13 Los Angeles, CA – Shrine Exposition Center
9/17 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater
9/18 El Paso, TX – Buchanan’s
9/19 Austin, TX – Austin Music Hall
9/20 Dallas, TX – South Side Ballroom
9/21 Houston, TX – Stereo Live
9/22 Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom
9/24 Urbana, IL – Canopy Club
9/25 Minneapolis, MN – Myth
9/26 Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
9/27 Madison, WI – Orpheum
9/29 London, ON – London Music Hall
9/30 Guelph, ON – Guelph Concert Hall
10/2 Montreal, QC – Metropolis
10/3 Toronto, ON – Koolhaus
10/4 Ottawa, ON – Earnst & Young Center
10/5 Buffalo, NY Rapids Theater
10/7 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE
10/8 Hartford, CT – The Dome
10/9 Boston, MA – House of Blues
10/10 Philadelphia, PA – Tower Theater
10/11 New York, NY – Terminal 5
10/13 Washington DC – 9:30 Club
10/15 Tallahassee, FL – Coliseum
10/16 Tampa, FL – Amphitheatre
10/17 Orlando, – FL HOB
10/18 Miami, FL – Fillmore