Since his debut, Paris Blohm has always been one to pour pure emotions into each release and that will never chance. He recently expressed to his fans that he would be heading in a new direction over his progressive roots, but his signature emotional builds will forever shine bright regards no matter what genre.
“When The Lights Go Out” featuring LINNEY is another step in a new direction for the Los Angeles-based talent that is a refreshing blend of future bass and melodic trap elements that is sure to leave a lasting impression with this being his Dim Mak debut.
This single is defineily the most aggressive record in this disography, but its striking chords and emotionally-charged topline prove this is the same old Blohm.
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