Both Martin Garrix and Troye Sivan are international superstars on the very brink of being ubiquitous pop names so it only makes sense that a collaboration between the two not only sounds like a summer smash, but the track to take their careers to the next level.

Watch and listen above to the boys' long-teased "There for You" single. Garrix bring the slick, low-key electronica sound he's been favoring (see "Scared to Be Lonely" with Dua Lipa) while Sivan sings about wanting an equal, two-sided relationship. The song not only stands out as the type of relatable, melancholy track that connect in the summer when most artists are chasing uptempo bangers, but for its universal message as Troye could be singing to a lover, a friend, an ally, or any other human.

The guys also revealed the accompanying, beautifully shot music video to their collab that sees the duo hanging in San Francisco and playing in what looks like the most euphoric concert experience ever.

"There for You" is the next step in Garrix's 2017 which he told Fuse will include ""so much new music coming out." Watch that interview below: