After watching the success of his instrumental tracks “Where Life Takes Us” and “Apex,” Ben Gold is back to treat us to another beautiful, classically trance piece called “Fall With Me.” Featuring the comforting vocals of The Glass Child, the track has been a highly anticipated release for both anonymous fans and Armin Van Buuren alike.
The hype behind this song within the trance community was generated by the one account Ben Gold follows on Soundcloud: Gareth Emery. The two Brits consistently collaborate under Emery’s label Garuda to release recognizably unique, uplifting and melodic tracks that that although beautifully composed, also have a bit of a hard electro edge. I personally have been following this track after falling in love with it in its infancy in a live set from Emery back in July. And as I went to investigate it further, I found that I wasn’t the only one – rumors were quickly beginning to swell around which of the Garuda favorites actually made the song.
The attention to detail in “Fall With Me” makes it easy to see why Ben Gold easily transitioned from being a successful engineer to a successful producer. That aside, the small community debate sparked by a YouTube “ID” video proved right in the excitement it generated for “Fall With Me” shot to the top of the Beatport trance charts within days of its release.Stream:Ben Gold – Fall With Me (Feat. The Glass Child) (Original Mix)
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