In August 2012, Karmin announced they were recording a full-length album, set to be released in November of the same year. The album was then delayed until Summer 2013, but was still not finished. They released the single "Acapella" in early July, stating that the album would follow in September. In August 2013, Dasani featured the song "Try Me On" in its commercials for Dasani Drops. On September 18, 2013, during a live concert on StageIt, Karmin shared that the album is finished, but they are feuding with their label, Epic Records, and are struggling to settle on a second single and a release date for the full record.
On October, the album became available for pre order at the Walmart website. The album was expected to be released on December 31, 2013, but this was later denied by their manager. On October 8, 2013, the duo said through Twitter that they were back in the studio working on the album, with some people speculating that the album would be delayed once again. Currently, the album is scheduled to be released on the first quarter of 2014, with a new single coming before 2013 ends. This single was later confirmed to be "I Want It All". They shot a music video for an unknown song on November 2, 2013, which was later said to be for the title track of the album. Pulses also became available for pre-order on iTunes on February 25, 2014.
On March 11, Karmin announced their "9 Days Of Pulses" that would start 9 days before the release of their highly-anticipated album, Pulses. The promotion consists of playing a "matching cards" game in order to unlock exclusive videos. It also asks you to tweet the "hashtag" #9DaysOfPulses. The duo will pick a winner everyday. The "9 Days Of Pulses" campaign started on the 17th of March and will end on the 25th, leading up to the release of Pulses.
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