Two of this years most consistent headliners Martin Garrix and Dillion Francis have had a collaboration rumours around them for several months now. So it’s been a long time, with great expectation to say the least. And with the official video now accompanying the track, we can safely say we’re content with what we’ve been given just in time for Christmas and the New Year.
Idolized and reputed for his near-iconic live show and their visuals, Francis’ quirky personality, humour and taste leave him as one of the most distinctive acts in the entire scene. Cats and lazers are often not associated, in any form or circumstance, but true to his nature Dillon combines them with a smooth facade and front. And often they involve a deeper meaning, underneath the layers of cheesy, obvious jokes and puns.
The video for “Set Me Free” portrays a weird-satire, 3 minute visualization of one of his live shows. It’s easier to watch it than explain it in all honesty…
Martin Garrix’s collaboration with Dillon Francis comes off the American’s debut album ‘Money Sucks, Friends Rule’. Grab your copy today and be sure to check out the oddly satisfying mayhem below!