Martin Garrix, Macklemore, Patrick Stump get funky on “Summer Days”

An epic, Daft Punk-inspired collab.

Dutch DJ Martin Garrix has recruited Macklemore and Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump for his new single, “Summer Days.”

The epic collaboration draws on disco and funk, evident from its prominent bassline and violin chords. The track also recalls Daft Punk’s earlier work, namely 2001’s Discovery, with the inclusion of spacy, laser-like synths.

“I’ve always loved collaborating with artists from different genres,” said Macklemore in a press release. “Martin and I have talked about doing something for a while now, and just needed the right record. When he sent me this, I knew it was the one. Patrick was added to the hook and just made it that much better.”

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The groovy, fun-loving song is the latest release from the superstar DJ, who previously dropped “Mistaken” with Russian duo Matisse & Sadko and “No Sleep,” featuring Bonn.

Stream “Summer Days” below:

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