Martin Garrix is seemingly on a mission to hack the world. He’s released one song per day since this week started, probably in the lead-up to his big hometown performances that have become a staple of the annual Amsterdam Dance Event.
Today, Oct. 17, we get “Latency,” a collaboration with his fellow Dutchman Dyro that is as rough and rowdy as any of the “Animals” producer’s electric outbursts. It’s paired with an official music video that sees a bunch of cool city types dancing and parkouring around industrial areas, their faces glitching out to reveal alternate personalities throughout. It matches the virtual vs reality theme in Garrix’s previous two videos this week, for “Yottabyte” and “Breach (Walk Alone)” with Blinders.
It’s an exciting time to be a Garrix fan. Check out his latest video with Dyro for “Latency” below.