Dillon Francis has long expressed his desire to work with Panic At The Disco’s lead vocalist, Brendon Urie, for quite a while now. After finally fulfilling that wish on their track ‘Love in the Middle of a Firefight‘, it’s clearly obvious why electronic music’s revered funnyman’s desires were needed to come alive.
Rapidly pacing with a lean beat, this track pays a large amount of attention to Brendon’s vocals, and that leads us to believe that this song comes from a host of pop influences. Bound to receive a ton of radio playing time, this may not necessarily be a bad thing. The vibe’s happy-go-lucky, and this song might just go down as one of the favourites of 2014 to remember!