After\u00a0making it available to stream last week over at\u00a0NPR Music, Toro Y Moi has officially released his new album\u00a0Outer Peace. It's the sixth album from Chaz Bear (fka Bundick) as Toro Y Moi, and the follow-up to his 2017 record\u00a0Boo Boo. Talking about record in an\u00a0interview with NPR, Bear offered the following explanation for the title:\u00a0"It references all the elements of what the music could sound like. And usually the peace is within, so to have peace on the outside is the challenge. I kind of just wanted to call that out." The ten tracks on\u00a0Outer Peace reflect that blissed-out energy in waves of technicolor funk, R&B, and synth pop. The album includes\u00a0previously released tracks "Ordinary Pleasure" and "Freelance," the latter of which could be read as\u00a0a\u00a0kind of ode to Millenial burnout. "Technology is allowing people to become creative at home and become almost like entrepreneurs just from their desks," says Bear. "I felt like that's who I really wanted to connect with \u2014 the people that are grinding behind the computer in a creative way." Outer Peace\u00a0features contributions from Abra, Instupendo, and Wet, and was reportedly influenced by the "accessible dance music" of Daft Punk and Wally Badarou. Stream the project below.