Anyone who knows Holly will know how prolific he is with his music, often releasing multiple times a week. But this one really catches your attention. Its soft and slow-building introduction gradually leads to the song’s first drop, which is much more Snareskin than Holly. It’s got both of the 8-bit and Future bass princess in a castle vibe, with a snare that well and truly lives up to Snareskin’s name. The second drop is where Holly comes to the fore, turning it hard with kicks everywhere, before Snareskin comes back to close it off with a beautiful outro. This is another case of two producers with different styles coming together to make something great. Give it a listen.