Marshmello has revealed that his next big collaboration will be titled "Rescue Me" and feature pop-punk/metalcore band A Day to Remember.
It was announced that their track would be the first single from Marshmello's upcoming album Joytime III. In addition, we will get to hear the latest rock/EDM crossover in full this Friday.
The short preview doesn't give away too much, but Marshmello's signature bubbly, future bass sound can be heard alongside some singalong Jeremy McKinnon-led vocals fans of A Day to Remember have come to expect from the Florida five-piece. "Rescue Me" will mark the band's first new song since 2016.
Right before the sample cuts off listeners can hear a bit of guitar leading some to believe that "Rescue Me" might give the rock fans even more to get excited about. Although it has since been posted to Marshmello's socials, the preview first premiered during YouTube's coverage of E3 hosted by Geoff Keighley.
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Recently, Marshmello teased another of his upcoming collaborations, a dubstep tune with TYNAN, which is also said to be included on Joytime III.
"Rescue Me" by Marshmello featuring A Day To Remember is out this Friday, June 14th.