W&W’s monstrous track “Bigfoot” turns 3 years old

Known for their energetic big-room sound, the Dutch production duo W&W have become one of the most popular groups in the mainstream dance music sphere. With their latest studio material always eagerly anticipated, today marks the 3rd anniversary since the release of one of their portfolio’s biggest tracks.

Titled “Bigfoot“, it still stands as one of the most notable Big Room tracks from all years. Featured at nearly every performance W&W curate, the track has set crowds alight at events such as Ultra Music Festival and Tomorrowland. Helping fuel the ascendance of the Big Room sub-genre, their imprint Mainstage Music has been at the forefront of their activity within scene and contribution to the industry.

Following in the footsteps of their successful collaboration with Hardwell for “Jumper“, the monstrous track has gone on to achieve over 32 million combined streams and plays online. Composed of melodic synths that drive the tracks ample energy towards a seismic drop, the single still remains a crowd-pleaser for their loyal and global fan base. Etched into Big Room folklore, it now carries a timeless quality to it.

Relive the full-cut of the track within the original mix below and let us know your memories of the track and where you were!

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