Snails, Zeds Dead & Akylla Are Rowdy in Love on 'Magnets': Listen

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Bryan Perez
Zeds Dead and Snails

Love is one wild ride. You're super up, then you're down, then you're pulled in all kinds of directions, never knowing what the next day will bring. At least, that's the way Snails and Zeds Dead see the experience, illustrated through a mix of stirring melodies and maniacal glitches in a collaboration called "Magnets," featuring further additions from electronic duo Akylla.

"'Magnets' is all about putting together beautiful melodies and vocals with intense bass lines to create a powerful love song," Snails is quoted in a press release. "The mix of all our styles complemented each other exactly how we wanted. So happy how the song came out."

The release pairs with a Snails tour announcement. The vomitstep kingpin will hit North America with a new amplified stage production he calls The Shell 2.0. It's a 52-date run, so you should have plenty of opportunity to catch him between the Oct. 5 kick-off at Red Rocks in Denver and its Dec. 15 finale in Texas. All engagements can be seen in the flyer below. Tickets are on sale now.

"Magnets," meanwhile, has been co-released by Snails's Slugz Music and Zeds Dead's Deadbeats. Get pulled into its madness below.


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