The EDM world was abuzz when Marshmello revealed plans to premiere his collaboration with Flux Pavilion and Elohim as Zane Lowe's "World Record" on Beats 1. Shortly after the segment aired, the three artists have released "Room to Fall" in full.
Elohim's anthemic vocal takes center stage in the first several bars of the arrangement before the underlying atmospheric elements become increasingly present. The drop - an aural crescendo of reverberant pads and and hard-hitting drums - makes "Room to Fall" a future bass weapon sure to find its way into the arsenal of countless globetrotting DJs.
"Room to Fall" is but one entry on the tracklist of Marshmello's upcoming album, Joytime III. Also included is a collaboration between the masked DJ/producer and Los Angeles DJ/producer Slushii.
Marshmello's Joytime III is due out July 3rd. In the meantime, stream or download his Flux Pavilion collaboration, "Room to Fall" featuring Elohim, across platforms here.
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