Back in April, fans at Space Yacht in Los Angeles convinced NGHTMRE to perform an encore. What he delivered was a surprise preview of a new collaboration with ZHU. We haven't heard any news about the track since the small performance, but flash forward to Moonrise Festival this past weekend and it's back again. The track was dropped during the GUD Vibrations set between NGHTMRE and SLANDER.
Baltimore, Maryland was treated to the official track name when NGHTMRE announced the title, "Man's First Inhibitions." It opens with a Stranger Things-esque, bass-heavy vibe as ZHU's distinct vocals came in. The breakdown leans more hip-hop influenced. One thing is for sure, this track is going to slap when it's officially released.
No word has come out when exactly "Man's First Inhibitions" will be released. In the meantime, you can catch NGHTMRE on tour with SLANDER, Seven Lions and Glitch Mob on the Alchemy Tour which will be heading across North America. The tour will span across 19 cities in the United States starting on September 4th and finishing on October 13th in Arizona. For all ticketing and touring information, visit here.
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