The album is trailed by new mixes of their debut single 'Devotion' from Marshall Jefferson and Illyus & Barrientos
As many will remember, January saw Ten City's Byron Stingily reforming the group – now minus his two formed bandmates Byron Burke and Herb Lawson, but still working alongside Marshall Jefferson, who produced the group's seminal 80s material.
And now the duo have announced their first album together under the revitalised Ten City moniker, Judgement. Out on Ultra Music on 18 June, Judgement will the fifth studio album from Ten City, and their first since 1994's That Was Then, This Is Now.
The album is trailed by a Marshall Jefferson remix of the group's 1987 debut single Devotion, which is out now. A remix by deep/tech house faves Illyus & Barrientos will follow on 19 March.