You might not expect Adventure Club's melodic sound to mix well with Snails' signature "Vomitstep" style. The two acts have put any doubts to rest, however. Their collaboration, "Follow Me" featuring Sara Diamond, is out now on the latter artist's Slugz Music imprint.

Diamond's angelic vocal takes center stage for much the arrangement, underscored by the serene synth work for which Adventure Club (consisting of Christian Srigley and Leighton James) have garnered worldwide renown. When bass wobbles obviously contributed by Snails (real name Frédérik Durand) finally find their way into the arrangement, they're feathered in just gradually enough not to disrupt the mood.

Srigley, James and Durand all hail from Canada. "Follow Me" is the former duo's first single since their 2016 album Red // Blue, and it has arrived before Durand's upcoming Slimeageddon EP.

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