During their two-day stint in New York City on March 17-18, Axwell Λ Ingrosso gave the crowd a special moment to reminisce. The Swedish legends held their pair of shows at Terminal 5, in which they unexpectedly played an unreleased record that they have not performed in two years.
In 2015, Axwell Λ Ingrosso played at the same venue and premiered the ID track, which caused a lot of buzz from fans across the globe. After its debut, the song never took part in any of Axwell Λ Ingrosso’s live sets until the duo performed it once again during their recent return to Terminal 5.
The ID track features a stunning melodic breakdown that meshes flawlessly with the mesmerizing piano keys. It also provides an emotional, yet uplifting, vibe coming from the gorgeous progressive house elements it possesses, especially when mashed up with Coldplay’s “The Scientist”.
The title of the song is yet to be revealed; however, Axwell did reveal that “it’s kind of named after this place also”. The release date is to be determined as well, although, we should expect this track to not only make it to Axwell Λ Ingrosso’s future performances, but also release sooner rather than later.
Check out Axwell Λ Ingrosso perform the ID track from a fan video below.