Armin van Buuren and W&W set to drop new collaboration

With W&W reverting back to their trance roots with their NWYR alias, it was only a matter of time before the Dutch duo began collaborating with some of the genre’s heavyweights. Recently releasing a new track titled ‘Wormhole‘, which swiftly followed the release of Time Spiral in the space of a few days, the big-room sounds from their W&W project radiate through their trance productions to create some phenomenal music. Taking trance by storm, the duo have announced that an Armin van Buuren x W&W collaboration is incoming, dropping the news via a Twitter post.

With previous tracks together in the form of ‘If It Ain’t Dutch‘ and ‘D# Fat‘, there are early indications of what kind of end product you could expect. However, with the evolution of music from those collaborations in previous years and W&W’s trance direction, anything is possible. The three were together on Friday as Armada took over the Generator arena at Creamfields 2018 in the UK, as W&W played prior to Armin. Despite no obvious early ID’s that would point towards the collaboration, you can expect that if the track is coming soon that either artist could be dropping it in their sets, or via Armin’s A State Of Trance radio show. Whenever it drops, you just know that the product will be packed with energy, drive, and big sounds, so be patient because it will certainly be worth it.

Until the track does drop, check out ‘If It Ain’t Dutchhere and ‘D# Fathere, to remind yourself as to how incredible W&W and Armin are together. The Twitter announcement merely states ‘New Armin van Buuren x W&W incoming‘, so a release date is yet to be revealed, but if Twitter announcements are anything to go by the track could come in the next month. View the Twitter announcement below, and get excited for this upcoming track… it’s a guaranteed banger!

Lewis is a 21 year old UK-based writer and editor, bringing interviews with Carl Cox, CamelPhat, and more to We Rave You in his 2+ years with the team. His musical preferences cover most genres, with a deeper love for progressive and trance.

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