Dillon Francis shares quirky visuals for ‘Set Me Free’
Back in October of last year, Dillon Francis dropped his debut studio album Money Sucks, Friends Rule, and fans were impressed with the number of featured star-studded collaborations. One of the album’s standout tracks happened to be with international sensation Martin Garrix on “Set Me Free,” which received an accompanying quirky music video.
Though only 3 minutes long, the “Set Me Free” video encompasses the recurring theme of Francis’ trippy, Internet-inspired visuals for his live performances, with Garrix tagging along to provide some funny faces and moves. According to Francis, the video took a long time to make, and rightfully so, given that the footage is a jumble of wacky clips and cyberspace graphics.
Francis will be holding his annual Christmas celebration with a three-day residency in Los Angeles, beginning on Thursday through Saturday.