1 Song, 3 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
40 Ratings
40 Ratings

My guy

A big pop track w a drop rate that

King Cairpin

Too good😍

This song is literally one of the bests out this year. Bastille is my all-time favourite band and Marshmello never fails to make a bad song. It’s got the happy vibe from Marshmello’s DJing and Dan’s vocals are out of this world😍 the lyrics are so upsetting but you get that vibe that you can just somehow relate to them. Anyone else trying to work out who broke Dan Smith because I certainly am with all the emotions going into the lyrics.
It’s a song that you just wanna dance to 24/7 and the lyrics are easy to pick up so you can sing along within minutes of listening.

All in all, the song is PERFECT! 100% my new fave song!


Banger 💥

Another quality tune from marshmello. Bastille is brilliant too.

About Marshmello & Bastille

Enigmatic masked DJ/producer Marshmello makes groove-oriented, synth- and bass-heavy electronic dance music. In the spirit of other masked DJs like Deadmau5 and Daft Punk, Marshmello (whose real identity remains a mystery) appears wearing a full-head-covering marshmallow mask. Despite the anonymity, Marshmello's career blew up in 2015 when he began releasing tracks online, including remixes of Zedd's "Beautiful Now," Jack Ü's "Where Are U Now," and others. From there came shows at New York's Pier 94, Pomona, California's HARD Day of the Dead festival, and Miami Music Week. In 2016, Marshmello released a compilation of his previously released tracks, Joytime, which reached number one on a digital top electronic albums chart. Included on the album was the single "Keep It Mello," featuring rapper Omar LinX. He continued to perform and release singles throughout the year, later starting his own Joytime Collective record label. More collaborations followed in 2017, including "Silence," with Khalid, and "Wolves," featuring Selena Gomez. In 2018, Marshmello paired with British vocalist Annie-Marie for the single "Friends." ~ Matt Collar

Philadelphia, PA
19 May 1992