Francis takes the brooding, slow-building original and twists it into a high-energy electro-house jam ideal for rocking festival crowds.
The song comes from Francis’ first full-length album, out later this month.
The Halloween-themed EDM fest hits Texas Oct. 25-26.
Shortly after Dillon Francis’ new album Money Sucks, Friends Rule hits stores, shelves and earbuds, he’ll be touring to support the record, his first.
The track, titled “When We Were Young,” features Canadian electronic duo Sultan + Ned Shepard and indie electro act The Chain Gang of 1974.
After gorging on the immediate gratification of beats and drops prevalent in the world of big-room bangers, certain facets of EDM are slowly starting to go “one deeper.”
While he called its laborious creation “the bane of my existence,” fun-loving EDM DJ/producer Dillon Francis is excited to finally deliver his delayed debut album, Money Sucks, Friends Rule, which is tentatively scheduled for a July release.
The new trailer for the upcoming HARD Summer 2014 EDM festival is nothing short of epic, featuring Diplo, Skrillex, DJ A-Trak, Dillon Francis and Destructo (AKA HARD promoter Gary Richards) showing off their comedic chops.
Skrillex will be joined on the road by such EDM luminaries as Dillon Francis, DJ Snake, What So Not and Milo & Otis.
In the current battle for superiority in the rapidly expanding world of EDM, none loom larger than Deadmau5 and Skrillex. We pit the two beat barons in a battle for dance floor supremacy.