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Flux Pavillion Releases Melodic Tune ‘Surrender’

Flux Pavilion has become synonymous with dubstep. He’s an OG bass mastermind dating back to 2010. If you knew him back then, however, you may be surprised to hear the string of single’s he’s been putting out as of late. It started with “Savior” at the beginning of the year, continued with “Lion’s Cage,” “Somebody Else,” and “Room To Fall,” with Marshmello and Elohim, and now we have “Surrender.”

Featuring Next to Neon and A:M, the track has strong pop tones and brilliant synth work alongisde catchy vocals that make you want to sing along. Catch it below.

There are hints of his dubstep roots in the drum work, but overall we’re seeing a different side of Flux. “Surrender” is light-hearted and fun, with major mass appeal. Expect to hear this one played out all fall festival season, including his upcoming performance at Bassrush Massive Arizona. He’ll be playing alongside Herobust, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Riot Ten and more. See the full lineup and grab tickets here.

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