Flux Pavilion and Feed Me team up on inaugural collaboration, ‘Survive’
Circus Records co-founder and industry leader, Flux Pavilion has teamed up with longtime friend and electro house legend, Feed Me, for a masterful melodic experience, “Survive.” Responsible for the early popularization of electronic music with massive hits such as “Bass Cannon” and “I Can’t Stop,” Flux Pavilion has been pushing the boundaries of dance for over a decade now.
Despite Flux Pavilion’s tenure in the electronic space and the length of his friendship with Feed Me, which spans more than 8 years, the two have never before collaborated on a song together—until now.
8 years of friendship and we never wrote a song, we tried to steal a tractor/covered a ceiling in ham and jam/accidentally leaked marshmello’s identity/nearly got kicked out of EDC (not my fault) . . . . but never wrote a song . . .— Flux Pavilion (@Fluxpavilion) June 17, 2020
Tomorrow’s the day! @feedme @sweetdreamslil1 pic.twitter.com/ZLLoGV8J4q
Featuring the vocal talents of meesh, “Survive” is a dangerously catchy release for which “hit” status is within reach. The repeated high-pitched vocal phrase, “I will survive,” floats over future bass chords that stretch across several standout drops. Flexing an advanced grasp of musical theory—or perhaps just a lighthearted attempt to mess with listeners—the two producers get away with placing an extra random bar in the middle of the track. Supposedly, many have yet to pick up on it—thank us later.
yo @feedme I just did some creeping looking at first reactions of our new track, not one mention of the random bar that we added, i think we got away with it— Flux Pavilion (@Fluxpavilion) June 18, 2020
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