After releasing 'Runaway (U & I)' in 2014, Galantis soon followed it up with 'Peanut Butter Jelly' and 'No Money,' both of which were massive successes all over the globe. On May 16, the album artwork for the single was published to the band's social media accounts in order to increase awareness of the forthcoming release of the song. The band released two new songs on July 13, 2018, titled 'Satisfied' (with MAX) and 'Mama Look at Me Now.' The album cover features a seafox, and the tracks are available on their own.
In a 'sizzle reel' that was released in January 2019, the band revealed their upcoming collaboration with OneRepublic on the song 'Bones.' It was made known to the public on January 25th, 2019. Midway through the month of January in 2020, the single 'We Are Born to Play,' a collaboration between Galantis and Charli XCX, was made available through Nintendo. Church, the third studio album published by Galantis, was made available for purchase on February 7, 2020. Church, the duo's album that was released in 2014 and had a total of 14 songs, featured a variety of special guests on its tracks, including Yellow Claw, Passion Pit, Hook N' Sling, Dotan, Dolly Parton, Mr. Probz, and John Newman.
Galantis collaborated with Jackson Wang of Got7 on the song 'Pretty Please,' and then went on to work with Pink Sweat$ and Ship Wrek on the song 'Only a Fool,' which was released on May 29, 2020. After the release of their third studio album, the duo and Wrabel worked together on a song called 'The Lake,' which was later made available to the public. They also published an album titled 'I Fly' from the movie Scoob, which they did in collaboration with Faouzia. The new song 'Heartbreak Anthem' by Galantis will be released on May 21, 2021, and it will include DJ David Guetta of France as well as Little Mix of the United Kingdom.
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