As we come into the third month of 2019, Marshmello is back at it again with another new track. The masked DJ took to Twitter to post a mysterious tweet signifying new music would be arriving March 8th. Shortly thereafter, an announcement came that the new music would be a collaboration with Scottish trio, CHVRCHES entitled "Here With Me".
The superstar producer has been shelling out tracks left and right, crossing over all genres. He began 2019 with the hip-hop single "Project Dreams" featuring Roddy Ricch, then dropped the Bollywood inspired bop "Biba" featuring Pritam, and most recently threw down some dubstep with "Sell Out", a collaboration with SVDDEN DEATH. There's no telling what this man can't do.
The Scottish trio is known for their synth-pop stylings so it will be interesting if he follows that formula or completely flips it on its head. According to his Twitter, this song is one of his favorites he's done, so fans should be excited.
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