Fans in attendance at Rezz's headlining Bumbershoot performance were in for a treat when she played a brand-new collaboration with Yultron for the first time. A fan captured footage of the track and posted it to Twitter, stirring a frenzy of speculation from fans. Rezz (real name Isabelle Rezazadeh) then shared the video and confirmed it was a new track with Yultron and that the fans in attendance were the first to hear it.
The upcoming track is the first time these two artists have collaborated. At the time of writing, neither Rezz nor Yultron has announced a formal release date or title of the unreleased tune.
Bumbershoot took place from August 30th to September 1st at the Seattle Center in Seattle, Washington. In addition to Rezazadeh, this year's lineup featured performances from Jai Wolf, Louis The Child, The Midnight and more.
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