Few artists are able to keep an audience engaged and excited for new music in the way Flux Pavilion has over the past decade. His last single, “Room to Fall” - a collaboration with Marshmello that features the vocals of Elohim - has quickly earned over one million plays within its first five days of being released. Tearing up 2019, Flux Pavilion (real name Joshua Steele) has now enlisted singer and songwriter GLNNA to unleash “Somebody Else” on his very own imprint, Circus Records.
"Somebody Else" opens with an atmospheric and sentimental intro that perfectly complements GLNNA’s lush vocals. The track is a heartfelt exploration of unrequited and mysterious love and packs an unforgettable, feelgood drop that will please any fan of melodic, emotion-driven bass music.
Since her humble beginnings as a 12-year-old writing songs in her bedroom, GLNNA has made it her mission to get to the Top 40s charts through releasing powerful pop hits. With notable collaborations under her belt alongside artists such as CID, Zephure, and now Flux Pavilion, this goal looks to be in the near future for the L.A.-born artist.
GLNNA is set to play The Peppermint Club on July 26th in West Hollywood and has teased on Instagram that fans in attendance will be the first to hear her forthcoming EP. For more information, visit here.
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Fans of the beloved and iconic Circus Records label are in luck, as the team is currently celebrating their 10th year anniversary with the 10 Years of Circus Tour. The 19-stop North American tour comes with an incredibly stacked roster that includes the label's originators, Flux Pavilion and Doctor P, as well as Cookie Monsta, Funtcase, and many more. The Circus Records crew will be wrapping up their tour in September in Denver, Colorado. For more information, visit here.