Dillon Francis‘s full length debut Money Sucks, Friends Rule is just around the corner, yet the closer we get, the more music the the Mad Decent heavyweight seems to have up his sleeve. Releasing a handful of tracks in the last few weeks leading up to his long-awaited album, Francis is serving out another tune to quell cravings until the record’s official release on October 28th. This time, it’s his crowd-favorite collaboration with Martin Garrix, “Set Me Free.” “Set Me Free” has been galvanizing crowds all summer long, from EDC to Mad Decent Block Parties all across the country, and now it is available to fans for free instantly when they pre-order Money Sucks, Friends Rule. The track is quintessential Francis material, introducing itself with recognizable moombahton elements but quickly revealing itself to be a throbbing electro-house cut. Complete with precise sample work and a melodic build, the track comes to a stomping break matched with a festival-primed synth arrangement. With Martin Garrix lending stylistic additions and his knack for producing main stage staples, “Set Me Free” sweetens the album’s upcoming that much more.