Hardwell has released his new album, 'Rebels Never Die'. Stream it below.
Released on Friday, 9th September through his own Revealed Recordings, the album is comprised of 14 tracks, most of which have been released as singles through this summer. Beginning with 'Broken Mirror' and 'Into The Unknown' back in April, the album's most recent single, 'Self Destruct' dropped late last month.
'Rebels Never Die' is the two-time Top 100 DJs poll winner's second studio album and comes seven years after the release of his full-length debut, 'United We Are'.
In a statement posted on his Instagram page, Hardwell said: "This is by far my most personal music I’ve ever made. I’ve put my heart and soul into this project, and I truly hope you will love it as much as I do." Read the statement in full below.
The album's release comes six months after the Dutch DJ - real name Robbert van de Corput - returned from a four-year hiatus by closing the main stage at Ultra Miami. Announced back in 2018, the hiatus came after the now 34-year-old's performance at ADE.
Last year, van der Corput's long-standing radio show, Hardwell On Air, wound up after ten years of broadcasts and 500 shows, with a new Revealed Recordings 24/7 YouTube livestream launched as a replacement. The same month he also released a retrospective compilation of his best work, 'The Story of Hardwell'.