12 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following in the footsteps of David Guetta and Calvin Harris, EDM's new sensation, Dillon Francis, is as much populist as hedonist. On his debut full-length, he mixes neon pop anthems with surging EDM bangers. His collaboration with Martin Garrix, "Set Me Free," features the kind of drop that sends dancefloors into conniptions, while "When We Were Young" and "Love in the Middle of a Firefight" are crossover tracks aimed squarely at pop radio. Those looking for the moombathon sound Francis made his name with will find it on "I Can't Take It" and the raucous DJ Snake team-up "Get Low."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following in the footsteps of David Guetta and Calvin Harris, EDM's new sensation, Dillon Francis, is as much populist as hedonist. On his debut full-length, he mixes neon pop anthems with surging EDM bangers. His collaboration with Martin Garrix, "Set Me Free," features the kind of drop that sends dancefloors into conniptions, while "When We Were Young" and "Love in the Middle of a Firefight" are crossover tracks aimed squarely at pop radio. Those looking for the moombathon sound Francis made his name with will find it on "I Can't Take It" and the raucous DJ Snake team-up "Get Low."

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