Martin Garrix is seemingly on a mission to hack the world. He's launched one music per day since this week began, in all probability within the lead-up to his massive hometown performances which have grow to be a staple of the annual Amsterdam Dance Event.
Today, Oct. 17, we get "Latency," a collaboration along with his fellow Dutchman Dyro that's as tough and rowdy as any of the "Animals" producer's electrical outbursts. It's paired with an official music video that sees a bunch of cool metropolis varieties dancing and parkouring round industrial areas, their faces glitching out to disclose alternate personalities all through. It matches the digital vs actuality theme in Garrix's earlier two movies this week, for "Yottabyte" and "Breach (Walk Alone)" with Blinders.
It's an thrilling time to be a Garrix fan. Check out his newest video with Dyro for "Latency" beneath.