Slipping in-between scenes of sharp, teenaged heartache and the world surrounding the pursuit of identity, DBMK manages to create an incredibly vivid and immersive atmosphere of sound, but their alternative pop is direct, deliberate, and not unlike the feeling of music written for film. In July of 2016, the Tampa four-piece released Collapse, propelled by throbbing bass, driving guitars, and ultra-lush synth pads and vocals. The genre blind record borrows and binds the searching electronic attitudes of M83 and The 1975, with the raw emotional interface of twenty one pilots, and the audience that DBMK connects to continues to grow larger and larger. The release of Collapse quickly led to DBMK breaking the local band threshold with massive fan support and press coverage from independent blogs to alt-music publications such as Strife, Depth Magazine, and Unclear Magazine, as well as tours of the Southeast and East Coast. Their explosive and ever-moving live show has lead to them playing alongside acts such as The Neighbourhood, Walk The Moon, twenty one pilots, and an East Coast tour leg in summer of 2017 in support of Vesperteen. In this between time before new music, DBMK plans to tour extensively into 2018.