There are few things in the world that can give you a rush, like headlining Tomorrowland. The Belgian event is one of the biggest music festivals in the world. It’s stages are monolithic, its crowds fiercely energized. It’s one helluva place to debut a new song, and it was the perfect setting for Martin Garrix to unleash his arena-sized single “High On Life” featuring Bonn.
It’s a synth-heavy festival house tune that begs to be blared while confetti fills the air. Garrix closed his set with the song Sunday night (July 29), and it went live on streaming platforms immediately after. It’s an uplifting summer song that celebrates the way being with your closest friends and loved ones can make you feel unstoppable.
Garrix announced the song was coming last week, as well as another incoming tune with Justin Mylo scheduled for September. “High On Life” is out now on Garrix’s label STMP RCRDS. Catch a buzz on its synth booms below.
This article was originally published by: Billboard