Pegboard Nerds & Grabbitz Join For “All Alone”

I don’t know what’s in the Vancouver water, but we need more of it. Monstercat has been on a roll recently reaching 1 billion plays on YouTube and continuing to release tracks at a quick pace. Two of the label’s prominent artists Pegboard Nerds and Grabbitz recently linked up for a new collaboration “All Alone.” Contrary to the song title, this collaboration was not made all alone as the Nerds duo and Grabbitz both showcase exactly why so many people flock to their music. Check it out below.

Pegboard Nerds & Grabbitz – All Alone

The melodic verses are straight out of Grabbitz’s playbook with heartfelt singing and light guitar riffs before the Nerds take over with their Drum ‘N’ Bass/Dubstep build-up. A drop exploring the technical prowess of each artist ensues, filling your ears with intricate noises. With enough bass to rumble through your body and a unique melody, “All Alone” is a brilliant track to include into your spring playlist.

The second drop switches it up with the Pegboard Nerds famous Drum ‘N’ Bass sound before ending the track off with the original drop heard previously. With the track at seconds over 4 minutes, there isn’t a wasted second within the track, making this an excellent addition to your playlist.

Pegboard Nerds Nerds By Nature tour photo

Make sure to check out the Pegboard Nerds as they embark on their Nerds By Nature Tour which started on March 24th and ends in early May. Grabbitz will be supporting them during the early stops in April so buy your tickets, put this on replay and get ready to hear it live over the next month.

Purchase Tickets Here

You can purchase the track now from iTunes, Beatport or Bandcamp as a single or find it in Monstercat’s newest compilation album, 026 – Resistance. Let us know what you think of the track in the comment’s below.

Alex Zimmerman

Alex Zimmerman

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Music has always been a passion of mine, being the kid trying to find the latest music to listen to. In college, I was exposed to Emalkay's "When I Look At You" and EDM quickly became my favorite genre. I hope to show people through writing what EDM has done to me and hope I can help people discover the beauty that is EDM.
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