Foreign Beggars – Flying to Mars


In anticipation for their upcoming album release on the massively renowned mau5trap label (which has been a huge platform for artists like Skrillex, Feed Me, and Moguai, amongst others), UK group Foreign Beggars just pushed their newest single and music video, “Flying To Mars.”

Foreign Beggars Flying To Mars EP

In a new twist from what may have gotten Foreign Beggars their notoriety, “Flying to Mars” takes a deeper excursion into the depths of their music, in what Spin so accurately described as “a gelatinous rumble more felt than heard.” The video is equally as dark and ominous as the track itself, with Orifice Vulgatron and Metropolis providing brilliant performances, and a haunting chorus and cameo from Done’o that all coincide with the song in making the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end. Let’s not forget the Alix Perez on the production tip either, a collaboration not new to the Foreign Beggars crew. Foreign Beggars seems to have truly made steps forward in the development of their sound as well as given a very nice sample to the tight production and style of their upcoming album.

The single, which drops July 2nd, comes with a trio of remixes, from the likes of 12th Planet, Planas and August Jakobsen. 12th Planet adds a stellar new direction to the remix, bringing a trap-influenced shake on things, which you can listen to below. Planas shocks the track into a grimy and high-energy version, while August Jakobsen slows things down with a two-step, synth-sprinkled garage take. Each remix, along with the original itself, explore unique and well-fashioned pockets of the dubstep and bass culture, presenting a single that envelops the growth of each artist along with the scene itself. Look out for Foreign Beggars’ full LP, “The Uprising,” out on mau5trap later this summer, with an anticipated mid-August release.


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