In his first release since his hit collaboration “Supersonic (My Existence)” with Skrillex, Josh Pan delivers “go with the fire” and its accompanying music video.
Directed by Dante Marino, Pan’s “go with the fire” music video is available now via 88rising, and serves as the first installment of a 2-part short film. The music video follows its protagonist, a man draped in angel wings, and a woman, his intrepid sidekick.
Chronicling various heists performed by the elusive pair, the video sees the man and woman stealing diamond-encrusted watches from a jewelry store to hot-wiring cars. Culminating in one adrenaline packed final scene, the pair are seen breaking into a villa, where the angel wing adorned protagonist finds a familiar angel bust.
Upon picking up the angel figurine, the homeowner stumbles upon the pair, and chases the angel-winged man outside before the story’s fateful end. A producer, songwriter, vocalist, DJ and multi-instrumentalist, Josh Pan is a jack-of-all-trades.
Never sticking to any singular genre or conventional style, Josh Pan constantly reinvents the wheel of what artistic breadth can and should be. His latest “go with the fire” reflects his ever-changing artistic pursuits, and is best described as a dive into the unknown, or as Pan puts it, “going with the fire.”
“This song represents an inner voice that we all have,” explains Josh Pan on his “go with the fire” music video. “In our current day and age, there seems to be so many options, opportunities and so much background noise everywhere we turn. Spending so much time on the Internet, it’s easy to get lost in thought, regret or confusion.”
“Go with the fire” is Josh Pan’s first release since his summer 2021 coalescence with Skrillex, Dylan Brady, and Noisia for “Supersonic (My Existence),” where Pan performed vocals for the collaborative effort. The single quickly rose to critical acclaim, garnering 25 million+ streams across DSPs since its release. “Go with the fire” is the first half of a 2-part short film series created by Pan.