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Moonlight City is the fourth studio album by alternative rock band, Dynasty. The album was released on March 17 2017. Collaborations for the album include Kanye West, Daft Punk, The Weeknd, Hozier, Gorillaz, Ariana Grande, Noel Gallagher, Ellie Goulding, Gary Barlow, and Sing actors Taron Egerton and Scarlett Johansson.

A musical film directed by Marc Forster comprising of all 21 tracks and several additional tracks that weren't included in the album, including a cover of Radiohead's Exit Music To A Film, was filmed in late 2016 and the new tracks will include collaborations from Eminem, Chris Martin, David Guetta, Avicii, and Migos. It will air on HBO on May 6 2017.

The first single to the album, "Moonlight City" (which will be track #8 on the album), was released on November 18 2016 to promote the 2016 film Sing, which will be released in theaters on December 21 2016. The song will also be on the movie's soundtrack album. A lyric video was released on November 23 2016 featuring footage from the movie. The music video was released on December 9 2016. There are 2 versions of the music video: one of the band performing at a Las Vegas club while it also shows footage filmed in the video for the upcoming Moonlight City musical film, and the other showing the same thing, but the Moonlight City musical film footage is replaced with footage from the movie Sing.

Scott Adams announced in December that one of the songs will be a tribute to late singer Christina Grimmie. In Jnauary 2017, that song was revealed to be "The Island", which will be the last track on the album.


Scott Adams confirmed that there will be 20 tracks to the album, 3 of them being on the deluxe version only.

  1. Intro (Prologue read by Scott Adams)
  2. La Familiar
  3. Dangerous Minds (ft. Daft Punk)
  4. Bitten
  5. Meet Me After Midnight (ft. Scarlett Johansson)
  6. Lost At Sea
  7. Game Over (No More Games) (ft. The Weeknd)
  8. Moonlight City (from Sing)
  9. Afraid Of The Dark (ft. Ariana Grande)
  10. 1999
  11. Lay Me Down (ft. Gary Barlow)
  12. Empire
  13. Colorblind (ft. Ellie Goulding)
  14. Dimension X (ft. Taron Egerton)
  15. Hallelujah Money (Gorillaz ft. Scott Adams & Benjamin Clementine)
  16. Beyond Limits (ft. Kanye West)
  17. Wings (ft. Noel Gallagher)
  18. The Island
  19. Serial (ft. Hozier) (Deluxe only)
  20. Touchdown (Deluxe only)
  21. Peace To The World (Deluxe only)

TRACKLIST (Moonlight City Film)

  1. Intro (Prologue read by Scott Adams)
  2. La Familiar
  3. Plain Sight (ft. Chris Martin)
  4. Bitten
  5. Dangerous Minds (ft. Daft Punk)
  6. Empire
  7. Colorblind (ft. Ellie Goulding)
  8. Before Dawn
  9. Meet Me After Midnight (ft. Scarlett Johansson)
  10. Lay Me Down (ft. Gary Barlow)
  11. Dimension X (ft. Taron Egerton)
  12. Touchdown
  13. Intrusion (David Guetta ft. Scott Adams)
  14. Sick To My Stomach
  15. Game Over (No More Games) (ft. The Weeknd)
  16. Moonlight City
  17. No One Knows (ft. Avicii)
  18. Afraid Of The Dark (ft. Ariana Grande)
  19. Coven (Eminem ft. Scott Adams)
  20. The Signal
  21. Wings (ft. Noel Gallagher)
  22. 1999
  23. Serial (ft. Hozier)
  24. Hallelujah Money (Gorillaz ft. Scott Adams & Benjamin Clementine)
  25. Blood & Steel (ft. Migos)
  26. Beyond Limits (ft. Kanye West)
  27. Peace To The World
  28. Lost At Sea
  29. The Island
  30. Exit Music To A Film (Cover, originally made by Radiohead)


  1. Moonlight City (Released: November 18 2016)
  2. Hallelujah Money (Released: January 19 2017)
  3. The Island (Released: January 19 2017)
  4. La Familiar (Released: March 10 2017)
  5. Empire (Released: May 5 2017)

Single Covers

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