Martin Garrix Returns to His Electro Roots With 'Breach (Walk Alone)' Featuring Blinders: Watch

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Martin Garrix and Blinders, "Breach (Walk Alone)"

Martin Garrix and Blinders tap into our strange cyber-evolution for their recent collaboration "Breach (Walk Alone)," a pulsing, industrial electro-house tune that takes Garrix' back to his stomping roots and gets an even most surreal video treatment.

The clip is quite influenced by late-'90s concepts of crypto-apocalypse. Flashes of red and blue create psychedelic faces as a man fights to face reality in a virtual-obsessed world. It's all very Ready Player One book version as he peers through vine-covered windows, searching for something more. Martin Garrix and Blinders make cameo appearances, so keep your eyes peeled.

"Breach (Walk Alone)" is a cool sonic treat following the introspection of Garrix' Khalid hit "Ocean" and "Burn Out" with Dewain Whitmore.

The Blinders-assisted release is out now on STMPD RCRDS. Watch the video below.

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