Princess Century

s u r r e n d e r

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Princess Century's new album, s u r r e n d e r, is finally here. We have pressed just 100 copies on limited edition, "coke bottle clear" vinyl, which will also be included in our limited Princess Century vinyl bundles alongside Progress and Lossy.

s u r r e n d e r, the upcoming third full-length record from Princess Century AKA Canadian musician and producer Maya Postepski (Austra, TR/ST, Peaches), is a work committed to submersion rather than submission. In this instance, the titular word refers not to a white flag, but a surrendering of the self to everything around it.

Across the 12 tracks on s u r r e n d e r, which was written between eastern Estonia, Morocco, and Berlin, and recorded at Berlin’s Riverside Studios, Postepski navigates a zero-gravity abyss of pure, unbridled emotion: floating past scraps of former lives, rummaging through sparks of joy and pleasure alongside mires of pain and loneliness, reanimating heartbreak and survival via drums, synths, and thoughtfully-sung words. It’s rich and visceral, a ritual of healing via dance and sound, of finding oneself in a careful arrangement of frequencies.

Postepski suggests that to fully feel hurt and darkness isn’t just inevitable but in fact essential for us to be able to thrive. Armed with that conviction, she presents a record which orchestrates an intimate, danceable soundtrack to the infamous penultimate lines from Austrian writer Rainer Maria Rilke’s poem, Go To The Limits Of Your Longing.

“Let everything happen to you: beauty and terror. Just keep going. No feeling is final.”


1. Still The Same
2. Touch Yourself
3. Wanting You
4. Desperate Love
5. Stupid Things feat. Fragrance
6. Gravitron feat. Harris Iveson (Velvet Kills)
7. s u r r e n d e r
8. Love + Anarchy
9. Pleasure Sequence
10. Granite
11. Fantasy Channel

Download the album with 2 exclusive digital only bonus tracks:
"Generous Lover" and "Cosmic Minivan (Club Mix)" 

Catalogue No: PAPER138
Release date: October 1st, 2021