Martin Garrix has launched the third single and music video in his five-day launch spree. On October 17, he dropped the extremely anticipated monitor, “Latency” that includes Dyro, which premiered at Tomorrowland 2018.
With huge drum proper off the bat, massive synths are filtered in by anticipation risers after which absolutely launched alongside everybody’s favourite instrument: the cowbell. The power builds with notes of early electro home from acts like Dada Life and Deorro, and the drop doesn’t shrink back from that theme. That massive synth is again sounding louder than ever with a thumping kick pounding by the gritty, melodic notes. A second verse introduces a brand new, wind instrument-sounding synth that’s later accompanied by a vocal melody that congeals into the heavier authentic melody.
So far, all three music movies have been directed by Damian Karsznia, and there’s no motive to suppose the subsequent two aren’t related. Glitchy, cool, quick-paced clips battle backwards and forwards, showcasing totally different individuals. In the video for “Latency,” parkour clips complement the damaging, massive lead-synth on the monitor.