New York City-based DJ and producer Martial Simon drops his brand-new single, “Red Flags,” via Get Set Records, a song about the toxic effects of social media on relationships.
Speaking to the song, Simon says, “Social media is overwhelmingly ingrained into our daily lives by dominating our attention, the headlines, and in many cases, who we are. Or appear to be. ‘Red Flags’ is a personal expression of how social media manipulates relationships with self-doubt. This is an anthem for those who are not afraid to embrace their flaws or refuse to be defined by them.”
Martial Simon’s previous releases include hits like “Let’s Hear It For The Boy,” “Don’t You Forget About Me, and “Lost,” which collectively have collected more than five million streams, 20 million views on TitTok, and airplay on over 200 radio stations. “Where My Girls At?” was featured on BBC Radio 1 Dance Anthems and landed at #1 on Beatport’s Dance Electro Pop chart.
Renowned as an elite spin master, Simon is the founder of SET Artist Management, a booking agency for more than 200 DJs each week throughout America. During the recent pandemic lockdown, he launched his label, Get Set Records.
“Red Flags” opens on plush vocals, echoing vocals flowing into a potent rhythm with a fat bassline and thumping kick-drum. A pulsating breakdown shifts the harmonics and then ramps up to buoyant layers of galvanizing leitmotifs. There’s a hint of Latin sensuality running through the alluring tune, imbuing the song with electrifying movement.
With its exhilarating rhythm topped by opulent vocals, “Red Flags” pumps out irresistible energy, triggering listeners to dance.