Love Incredible,” the new song from Cashmere Cat featuring Camila Cabello, premieres today—listen here and stream via Apple Music here and Spotify here. “Love Incredible” is taken from Cashmere Cat’s forthcoming, highly anticipated debut album Wild Love, set for release later this year on Mad Love/Interscope Records.

In anticipation of Wild Love, Cashmere Cat will tour North America this spring, kicking off April 12 with dates in Dallas, Austin, Boston, Philadelphia, Seattle, Los Angeles— his first headline show there since 2014. Go to for more information.

“Love Incredible” follows “Trust Nobody” featuring Selena Gomez and Tory Lanez, “Throw Myself A Party” featuring 2 Chainz, Tory Lanez and Starrah, and the album’s title track featuring The Weeknd and Francis and the Lights, previously released to critical acclaim worldwide.

Tory Lanez’s “LUV,” produced by Cashmere Cat in collaboration with Benny Blanco, was nominated for a 2017 GRAMMY Award for Best R&B Song after peaking at #1 on both the Urban and Rhythmic radio charts.

Cashmere Cat is Norwegian producer Magnus August Høiberg. Since emerging in 2012, Cashmere Cat has become one of the most sought-after producers in the world. The FADER praises his “immersive, genre-hopping instrumentals” for Kanye West, The Weeknd, Ariana Grande, Miguel, Tory Lanez, Charli XCX, A$AP Ferg, Tinashe and many more while SPIN calls him a “a pop mega-force.” He has also released two critically acclaimed EPs— Mirror Maru on Pelican Fly and Wedding Bells on Lucky Me.

For more information, please contact Reid Kutrow or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.


February 17 /// Washington, D.C. /// 9:30 Club
March 11 ///  New Orleans, LA ///  BUKU Music & Art Project
April 9 /// Phoenix, AZ ///  Phoenix Lights
April 12 /// Dallas, TX /// The Loft
April 13 /// Austin, TX /// Empire Garage
April 15 /// Atlanta, GA /// Terminal West
April 17 /// Carrboro, NC /// Cat’s Cradle
April 18 /// Richmond, VA /// The National 
April 20 /// Boston, MA /// Royale 
April 21 /// Burlington, VT /// Higher Ground
April 22 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Union Transfer
April 25 /// Pittsburgh, PA /// Rex Theatre
April 26 /// Urbana, IL /// Canopy Club 
April 27 /// Madison, WI /// Majestic Theatre
April 28 /// Minneapolis, MN /// The Loft 
April 29 /// Kansas City, MO /// Riot Room 
May 2 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// Urban Lounge
May 3 /// Boise, ID /// Neurolux
May 4 /// Po rtland, OR /// Wonder Ballroom
May 5 /// Seattle, WA /// Showbox 
May 6 /// Eugene, OR /// WOW Hall
May 9 /// Sacramento, CA /// Harlow’s
May 10 /// San Luis Obispo, CA /// Fremont Theatre
May 11 /// Santa Barbara, CA /// EOS Lounge
May 12 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Wiltern
May 13 /// San Diego, CA /// Observatory North Park 
June 17 /// Dover, DE /// Firefly Music Festival
June 29 ///  Rothbury, MI /// Electric Forest
July 15 ///  Louisville, KY /// Forecastle Festival
July 30 ///  New York, NY ///  Panorama Music & Arts Festival