Marshmello releases emotional video for ‘Here With Me’

Superstar American DJ and producer Marshmello presented just a few days ago his new track ‘Here With Me’ together with the Scottish indie-pop band Chvrches. Now, the official music video has been released and it could not be any more emotional.

The video follows a similar plot than Marshmello’s and Bastille music video for Happier. The video showcased the relationship between a little girl and a dog that got through her life’s toughest moments. The video concludes with the death of the dog converting into a true tragedy that left everyone heartbroken. The video reached an undeniable success receiving over 250 million plays on YouTube. That may be one of the reasons that Marshmello’s team might have considered to continue with this melodramatic trend.

In the video, we can’t see either Marshmello nor Chvrches but that doesn’t make it worse. This time, the plot focuses on the life of a little girl that grows up admiring her firefighter father. One day, during one of her dad’s risky operations, he dramatically fails to get home safe while the girl and her mother watch it desperately and helpless through the TV. Even though the girl is already grown up, she can’t stop her tears from falling as she feels she still needs him as when she was a little girl. The story finishes up in absolute tragedy… or maybe not.

If you want to discover this family’s final fate, watch the official music video for ‘Here With Me’ down below:

Born and raised in Barcelona, Pol has always been an Electronic Dance Music fan. During his teen years, he followed several music genres being especially attracted by the melodic Progressive House. While in a trip to Ibiza, Pol was captivated by an Armin van Buuren set during his "A State of Trance" residency. At that moment he was determined to join the electronic music industry. With a background in Business, Pol worked for over a year in the consumer goods industry before pursuing his dream. Once taken the decision, he went on to work in various roles for festivals in Spain, Slovenia and Croatia such as Primavera Sound, Sonar, Ultra Europe, Hideout, Sonus and Labyrinth Open. Having acquired an MA in Music Business Management at the University of Westminster in London, Pol has worked in PR and Communications for artists like Netsky and Annie Mac. Currently, he combines his role at WRY with the one he develops at the music festival booking platform, Festicket as Account Manager. His favourite artists are Armin van Buuren, Avicii, Dubvision, Eric Prydz, Martin Garrix, Matisse and Sadko, Nicky Romero and Steve Angello.

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