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Flux Pavilion teams up with Next to Neon and A:M for ‘Surrender’

English EDM producer, DJ, singer-songwriter, Flux Pavilion has shared his new song titled “Surrender” featuring Next To Neon and A:M.

The energetic new track, inspired by Next to Neon, is a layered 80’s synth-pop musical style. Flux Pavilion, who is known for delivering track after track of original sound, gives an almost intentional retro vibe on the new song, with the lyrics emanating pure soul.

Next to Neon’s touch is evident in the production, and the song proves to be the type of song that fits all mood or situation.

Flux Pavilion (real name Joshua Steele) is known for his progressive exploits in the music scene. He has been keeping his fans on their toes with a mixture of his classic aesthetic and crossover-friendly releases. He has headlined three US tours, two UK tours, and several festival DJ sets, including EDC Vegas, Glastonbury, Reading, and Coachella. The EDM DJ/Producer has also made live performances with Foreign Beggars, Example, and Chiddy Bang.

He recently teamed up with GLNNA for a similar single titled “Somebody Else,” and before that, he enlisted Marshmello and Elohim on “Room To Fall.

Flux has listed his sound to be inspired by The Prodigy and Rusko. His versatility as a producer is exactly what has kept him at the top for so many years.

Listen to “Surrender” by Flux Pavilion featuring Next To Neon & A:M below.

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