Hailing from Leeds, England, fast-rising recording artist Chime is a product of the established dance act Harvey Goldfinch. He (Chime) has been rising rapidly within the ranks of the worldwide bass scene with a slew of major releases since the alias’s debut in 2015. Today, on Monstercat, he delivers the invigorating color bass single, “Bring Me Back,” out now on all platforms.

Chime’s new single takes listeners on a bass-fueled journey that starts off with a euphoric progression of echoes followed by a futuristic bassline, growing the track’s intensity. The soul-stirring drops deliver a spellbinding sequence of interstellar bass, making for an unforgettable dubstep anthem. It’s inspired by the old-school U.K. dance sound.

“’Bring Me Back’ is a track that aims to capture the tricky combination of an old-school UK vibe with colour-bass, exploring sides of my personality that are seemingly at odds with each other,” said Chime in a press release.

“Bring Me Back” arrives on the heels of Chime conquering China, Japan, and South Korea with his captivating stage presence, as well as a co-headlining North American tour with Au5. For newfound fans, it’s the perfect jump-on point on the Chime bandwagon that is set to reach the top of the charts in 2023.

On top of his individual touring experience, Chime is a member of the renowned supergroup Tritone, who has shocked crowds at prestigious festivals like Tomorrowland, Rampage, and Parookaville. For what next from the rising star, follow him on social media.