During their performance at the Aragon Ballroom over the weekend, Zeds Dead played their long-teased Rezz collaboration. They first alluded to it back in September, and we now have our first taste of what to expect when the three Canadian bass producers join forces.
A fan in attendance captured footage of the duo announcing the track before its performance. The entire song was recorded and uploaded to Twitter, where fans of both acts went wild with anticipation for its release.
The song reveal came during the second Chicago stop on Zeds Dead's (real names Dylan Mamid and Zachary Rapp-Rovan) Deadbeats tour. Named after their label, the tour saw them hit the road with acts like 1788-L, Blanke, and more. Alongside the tour dates, the duo are slated to perform at HiJinks alongside the likes of Skrillex, Excision, Bassnectar and Porter Robinson.
At the time of writing, neither Zeds Dead nor Rezz have announced when their unnamed collaboration will be released.
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