Dillon Francis released a preview of his forthcoming original production, “Bootleg Fireworks (Burning Up),” today on his Facebook. Ahead of his collaborative effort on Calvin Harris’ 18 Months release, this latest track brings Dillon Francis back to his moombahton roots. First heard on Torro Torro’s Fall Mix, “Bootleg Fireworks (Burning Up)” features whiny running synths, grimy bass drops, and a catchy vocal hook – all at a slowed down 112 BPM. Check out for the preview and hold tight for the October 30th release via Calvin Harris’ Fly Eye Records.
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