Following his impressive Ultra Music Festival performance, anticipation had been building as fans awaited news about the numerous IDs that Martin Garrix dropped on the Miami Mainstage. And having revealed his plans to release new music this week, many had hoped that the talented producer would finally unveil some of the tracks that have been featuring in his sets for the past 12 months. However, although it seems unlikely that his collaboration with Ed Sheeran will ever see the light of day, the good news is that his latest track together with Brooks will be released much sooner than expected.
Having been premiered less than two weeks ago, Garrix confirmed that the track is set for release this Friday alongside an acoustic version of “Scared To Be Lonely”. In a recent cryptic tweet that spelled “Byte” in binary code, the Dutch youngster was inadvertently caught revealing the track titled in a recent Snapchat story. “Byte” is a triumphant return to Garrix’s big room sound that elevated his career in 2014, whilst Brooks signature sound is unmistakable throughout. Brooks has been riding high on the massive success of his “Scared To Be Lonely” remix, and this latest collab will deservedly elevate his career to new heights.
Check out the preview of the track in Garrix’s Ultra re-cap video.