Snails collaborates with Adventure Club for “Follow Me”

Snails has collaborated with Adventure Club for his new single “Follow Me”, from his Slimeageddon EP. Featuring the enchanting vocals of Sara Diamond, “Follow Me” fuses decadence with malevolence through haunting instrumentals, driving percussion and an explosive, grimy drop; this multifaceted track is bound to be a hit at live sets with its emotional and dance-worthy elements. Demonstrating the best of all three Canadian artists’ sounds, the track is Adventure Club‘s first single since their acclaimed “Red // Blue” album in 2016.

“Follow Me” precedes the release of Snails’s much-anticipated “Slimeageddon” EP, that will also include previously released “Magnets” with Zeds Dead, “Redline” with Boogie T and “Snailephant” with Wooli among others. Snails’s other recent accomplishments include collaborative “Shake The Ground” with Kill the Noise, remix version of his album “The Shell”, monumental 52-date The Shell 2.0 tour, as well as the debut of his own comic book “The Sluggernaut.”

Snails is truly an artist whose music has no boundaries. After spending years crafting music featuring the grimiest sounds and unrelenting bass imaginable in his small apartment, his “vomitstep” sound found a home on labels like OWSLA, Dim Mak and Monstercat – along with a cult following that truly embraces it. His singles “The Light” feat. Sarah Hudson, “WFSU” with Waka Flocka Flame, and “Only Want U” with NGHTMRE ft. Akylla set the stage for his game-changing debut album “The Shell,” which served as a testimony to exactly who Snails is as an artist.

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