Australia’s Rising Star Blanke Delivers New Anthem ‘Fragile Violence’

Rising star on the global electronic music scene, Australian-born, Los Angeles-based producer Blanke today unveils his new anthem “Fragile Violence”. Featuring the heartfelt vocals of Nevve, a vocal collective known for collaborations with Illenium, KSHMR, Audien, and many more, the powerful and emotive track drops as Blanke undertakes a huge 45-date tour across the US with Black Tiger Sex Machine, ahead of his return to Electric Daisy Carnival 2020.

On the inspiration behind the song, Blanke explains, “I’m proud to present my new single with Nevve, Fragile Violence. I’ve wanted to collaborate with Nevve for years now so I’m very glad to have created this with them. It’s emotive and anthemic and I hope you love it as much as we do.”

Blanke (aka Canberra-born JP Orchison) has quickly established himself as one of the fastest rising talents within the bass and electronic circuit thanks to his epic discography of remixes including Marshmello, Illenium, Gryffin, Peking Duk, Crooked Colours, RL Grime, Jonas Blue and PNAU (over 11 million Spotify plays and counting), alongside a steady stream of original productions which have shaped his iconic sound, building a passionately dedicated fan base who are hooked on his every move.

After an epic 2019 which saw sold-out shows in his home country as well as exploding into the US scene with sets at Red Rocks, Electric Daisy Carnival and the Hollywood Palladium, plus tour support for superstar headliner Illenium, Blanke has now embarked on his biggest ever run to date, taking in 45 shows around the United States alongside Black Tiger Sex Machine from February through to April. Blanke is confirmed to make his return to Electric Daisy Carnival in 2020, this time on the Circuit Grounds Stage, as well as a huge national Australian festival run for late 2020 to be announced soon!