RL Grime has released the instrumental version of last summer's Nova. It's titled Nova Pure, and he stated in a tweet that his enjoyment of instrumental albums inspired him to create a vocal-free version of Nova for fans to enjoy.
RL Grime (real name Henry Alfred Steinway) released the original version of Nova on July 27, 2018, on WeDidIt. The 15-track LP featured appearances from artists like Diplo, Miguel, Boys Noize, Ty Dolla $ign, and more, although many of the vocal offerings are not featured on the re-release due to its instrumental execution.
Recently, Steinway teamed up with Graves and released the music video for their collaboration, "Arcus," on his new imprint, Sable Valley. It has also been reported that he's been in the studio with Alison Wonderland.
This festival season, he is slated to make appearances at Lollapalooza, Dancefestopia, and Diplo's new two-day event, The Super Mega Ultra Giant Mad Decent Block Party Festival.
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Nova Pure by RL Grime is out now. You can download or stream it here.