The Glitch Mob & LICK Team Up For Epic Bass Monster “System Bleed”

Not counting their League Of Legends collaborations with Mako and The Word Alive, we haven’t gotten new The Glitch Mob music since their newest album, See Without Eyes. Now, it appears the trio is as much as one thing massive and so they’re beginning with a brand new collaboration with rising producer LICK, “System Bleed.”

This new single brings midtempo into The Glitch Mob’s distinctive sonic world and the result’s completely masterful. Sweeping melodies and hard basslines permeate this launch whereas giving sufficient headroom to every producer to really make their very own model heard. A lot of the primary drop takes LICK’s model into consideration, whereas TGM’s distinctive sonic signatures are way more noticeable within the second (particularly at 3:50).

It appears that extra is on the best way, with a 1788-L collaboration already showing on Shazam (and after the trio introduced the mysterious producer out throughout their set at EDC Las Vegas this yr), so keep tuned. Until then, take a look at “System Bleed” beneath.


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