Trivecta’s Debut Album ‘The Way Back Up’ Is An Ophelia Records Masterpiece

Trivecta just released his debut album ‘The Way Back Up’ with thirteen original tracks that explore several styles of melodic electronic music.


One of the most established artists on Ophelia Records is Trivecta. A talented music producer that often incorporates live guitar work, Trivecta’s debut album The Way Back Up is out now.

The Way Back Up sees Trivecta exploring a variety of EDM genres. While the well-known melodic Seven Lions and Ophelia vibes are still there, some of album’s other influences include psytrance, drum n bass, progressive house, dubstep, techno, and his self-proclaimed “folk bass” production style.


‘The Way Back Up’ has all of the energy that you’d expect from a Trivecta set.

Coming off a recent performance at Ubbi Dubbi festival’s mainstage, Trivecta showcases his diversity as a producer on this album. “Open Road” with Rico & Miella has the energy of a classic Flume drop, while “Sail Away” has influences of Seven Lions combined with Trivecta. “Empty Oceans” and “Back To The Start” display a mainstage electro/progressive vibe, while “The Loop“, “Horizon Lines“, and “The Gallows” explore harder dance music.

Trivecta’s first full-length album is his finest work yet, and it’s another powerful release from Ophelia Records.

The Way Back Up has plenty of songs that will quickly make their way into festival sets. Trivecta successfully expanded his pallet as a producer while staying true to his sound. “Memory Away” features one of Trivecta’s signature guitar solos, and “Drinking Like Kings” and “Castle Walls” bring the melodic vibes.

Trivecta will soon kick off The Way Back Home album tour on Memorial Day Weekend at Sunset Music Festival. The tour runs through September and includes stops at Moonrise Festival and North Coast. With 13 tracks in a diverse selection of styles, The Way Back Up is worth a listen regardless of your favorite genre.


Trivecta – The Way Back Up [Ophelia Records]

Photo Credit: Veltrida

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