Dillon Francis Teases Bunji Garlin Collaboration At HARD Summer Following Accidents

Over the weekend HARD Summer hit the Speedway In Fontana, Southern California with the likes of Kid Cudi, Major Lazer, RL Grime, What So Not and Alison Wonderland headlining, among them was Dillon Francis with a special first play of a new collaboration.

Posting to Instagram today, Dillon Francis highlights he’s been working on a new song with Bunji Garlin – whose family got in two accidents in one week, so in order to send well wishes to him and his family he played the impressive new track to the roaring audience of HARD.

Bunji and his wife were involved in a highway collision when a car slammed into the back of theirs forcing them onto the highway. They escaped without serious injury, it is unknown what the second accident was.

The song went down a treat, and we hope Bunji Garlin’s feeling a little warmed by the response. You can listen to the full set below and check out the tracklist on 1001 Tracklists.

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