Dillon Francis

Dillon Francis

Dance music mastermind Dillon Francis has unveiled a hilarious new short film, ‘Exit Through The Donut Hole,’ set to his track “I Can’t Take It” The short film shows off Dillon’s widely-known comedic side as he goes through life as a donut, complete with encounters of broccoli, tacos, his roommate and the local police. The track “I Can’t Take It” is from Dillon’s debut album Money Sucks, Friends Rule, which was named one of Rolling Stone’s Top Electronic albums of 2014. For more information on Donuts in Crisis Control, please visit http://www.donutfrancis.com/.

In line with the unveiling of the short film comes the release of brand new track “I Can’t Take It (Party Favor Remix)” from Dillon’s upcoming This Mixtape is Fire EP, which has already reached Top 10 on iTunes overall and is currently ranked Top 10 on the Dance chart. Fans who pre-order the EP will receive “I Can’t Take It (Party Favor Remix)” as an instant download in addition to previously released song “Bruk Bruk (I Need Your Lovin),” which has been added to Sirius Electric Area. Additional tracks will be released as instant downloads in the coming weeks, with the entire 7-song EP available on August 14. This Mixtape Is Fire features collaborations with some of electronic music’s top acts, including Calvin Harris on “What’s Your Name,” Skrillex on “Bun Up the Dance” and Chromeo on “Lies.” See the full track listing below.

Following upcoming festival performances this summer at Lollapalooza in Chicago and Reading & Leeds Festivals in the UK, among others, Dillon will join Zedd’s massive True Colors tour as a supporting act this fall. He will hop on the tour beginning October 3 in Washington, D.C. and will continue on through October 30 in Madison, WI. See Dillon’s full list of tour dates below.

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