Martin Garrix only just dropped his Dua Lipa collaboration, ‘Scared To Be Lonely’, last week (Friday 27th January), but he’s already teased more unreleased material with fans in an Instagram Live post.
Garrix says the track, which you can listen to below, is only a first draft and bears marked similarities to ‘Tremor’. In the Instagram Live post he cuts it off before the drop, stating that it still needs work.
The Dutch superstar was added to the Tomorrowland line-up last week (Tuesday 24th January), alongside Afrojack, DJ Snake, Sven Väth, Loco Dice and many more.
Before that, 20-year-old Garrix became the youngest ever artist to top the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll last October, when he was revealed as the winner at the awards ceremony at Heineken Music Hall.
Garrix also spoke to DJ Mag about whether he feels trapped by fame, comparing the studio to performing on stage and his new frontiers in 2016 in his cover story last year.
Listen to the unreleased Garrix track via the World Of Martin Garrix Instagram page below.
#InstaLive!!! (Part 3) To celebrate the Official Release of #ScaredToBeLonely Martin Garrix did his first live on Instagram! He answered to a lot of questions and he played new music! He also showed the scared to be lonely project! ➕✖️ In this clip he played a track he is working on, Exclusive! #garrixers #worldofmartingarrix #teamgarrix #martingarrix @stmpdrcrds @awrightworld @watsematter @michaelrossgeorge @themediananny @louisvanbaar @damiankars @martingarrix
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