Ghastly has teamed up with Matthew Koma for his latest release, “We Might Fall.” Though Koma is known to feature in songs that skew towards pop, his partner for this endeavor has found a way to preserve his bass house-driven style with a heavy drop to make this track a sure hit. “We Might Fall” is versatile and will undoubtedly appeal to a broad audience, while keeping Ghastly fanatics (affectionately known as “Ghosts”) happy.

The track begins with Koma’s piercing vocals, which weave in and out of the instrumentals up until the track’s epic drop. Ghastly could have sourced his sound for this output from a video game, and the end result speaks for itself.

Stream “We Might Fall” below:

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