Alan Walker dedicates his latest release ‘The Spectre’ to his fans
Those who recall the entire story of Alan Walker’s rise to stardom will remember his iconic track ‘The Spectre’ as a major part of this climb up the ladder. Once a relatively small producer on YouTube with his releases being featured on the NoCopyrightSounds (NCS) set up by Billy Woodford for royalty free music, Alan Walker’s rise to a big name producer and a global force in the Dance music industry has been momentous. A core part of this rise has been the original following of the Norwegian who have rooted for his success since day one.
And it is to them that he dedicates his latest rendition of his old hit ‘The Spectre’. The original release was made on the NCS imprint and now it has been given a re-release with a vocal overlay in order to make the release more adaptable to the radios and festival around the world.
Speaking about his latest release and dedicating it to his day one fans, Walker had this to say:
Hope you guys like this track – it’s a remake of the instrumental ”Spectre” that I released a few years ago. Some of you might recognize it as it’s been part of my live shows lately. It’s a song that I specifically want to dedicate to my core fans, who’ve been following me since the start.
The track is available for purchase through Apple Music here.