The mysterious Marshmello returns with HoMe, a squelching, sonrous, minor key synth-led festival trap production. Packing a little bit more in the form of an attempt at classic pop musicality, if there were ever a sub-genre known as “saccharine bangers,” this would fit the billing.
The key to excellence in this track is that it does not feature a histrionic build, but rather moves along swimmingly, then drops even lower into it’s trapped-out groove. In being more of a tumble down a shaft instead of a fall from fantastic heights, HoMe feels similar but has a deeper and more blissful vibe than most other tracks in the genre.
Marshmello’s latest original comes just two weeks after the premiere of his official remix of Ariana Grande’s One Last Time, which has no official release date as of yet.
Grab this most pleasant of low-end bruisers here.