Hardwell and W&W’s hit ‘Jumper’ turns 5 years old
The world of electronic music is still well and truly in shock following Hardwell‘s recent announcement cancelling all forthcoming tour dates, (except one performance during ADE), in order to focus on his mental and physical health. In the midst of this news, one of Hardwell’s most iconic hits, his collaboration with W&W titled ‘Jumper‘, has just turned 5 years old.
‘Jumper’ was released during the era many would call the ‘golden years of EDM’ when the scene was hitting its peak in 2013. That year, big room was truly thriving and was viewed by many as the leading sub-genre, dominating main stages around the globe. One of ‘Jumper’s most notable live moments was when Hardwell dropped the track during his iconic Tomorrowland 2013 set, which, to this day, is one of the most viewed live sets in the electronic scene. Listening back to the track, it comes as no surprise that it managed to be so prominent when released. With a palpable thumping energy, the track remains the perfect fit for live sets, adding a driving adrenaline force whenever dropped.
Relive the track below.