Album Review: Galantis' 'Pharmacy' Brings More Party Hits For The Summer

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If you've been keeping up with our coverage of Galantis' rise in the Billboard Emerging Artist's charts, you'll know that their hit "Runaway" has skyrocketed into popularity.

With the release of their new album "Pharmacy," Galantis has provided us with even more dance tunes to jam to this summer.

Christian Karlsson and Linus Eklow are the two masterminds behind the EDM duo that has been taking the EDM scene by storm with their hit "Runaway (U and I)." The "Pharmacy" album aims to continue that run of high energy dance music and it does so with flying colors.

Empty Lighthouse has steadily covered the reign of "Runaway (U and I)" in the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart as it managed to top the chart multiple times while also hanging out in the top ten for weeks.

From the albums opener "Forever Tonight" to its final track, "Water," there is simply non-stop action.

Some of the stand-out tracks on the album include "Gold Dust," "Louder, Harder, Better," "Kill 'Em With the Love" and "Don't Care." However, fans might want to keep in mind that all the tracks on the album are very well executed.

In fact, this album might be a heavy hit at parties and music festivals throughout the summer.

Powerful albums such as this one simply can't be dissected. Why? Well, the music is meant to flow and pulsate through your veins.

Messages of love, heartbreak and inspiration are meant vibrate through your bodies core and spark the feeling of ecstasy.

"Pharmacy" might be an album better enjoyed live but one thing is for sure if you do intend on taking a listen, turn up the volume loud and let your ears be whisked away.

Check out "Water" from "Pharmacy" below.