Above & Beyond set to drop first single from upcoming EP

You know that feeling you get when you spot a track preview on Facebook or Instagram for an artist you love? That pure excitement and anticipation that brews instantly and leaves you waiting day by day for the release? Well, it’s happening again, as the progressive trance mastermind trio of Paavo, Tony, and Jono, known as Above & Beyond, are set to release new music this Friday. A recent Instagram post on the legendary producer’s account revealed that the first single of their upcoming EP is on the way, with a familiar face in Marty Longstaff on vocals for ‘Flying By Candlelight‘.

After an incredible 2018 touring the world on the back of their Common Ground album release – with the tour bearing the same title – Above & Beyond can safely say that last year was one of their best. Shows across North America, Europe, and Hong Kong for their Above & Beyond Group Therapy 300 celebrations saw thousands, if not millions, catch a set from the dynamic trio. The latter of those events – ABGT300 – saw the upcoming release at the forefront of the set, capturing the eyes and ears of the present crowd, whether it be via the livestream or in the arena itself. Featuring phenomenal vocals from Marty Longstaff, the track is set to be released as part of the forthcoming ‘Common Ground Companion EP‘, and comes with an original and club mix. Also on the EP, a collaboration with legendary A&B vocalist Zoë Johnston called ‘There’s Only You‘ (original and club mixes) joins ‘Distorted Truth‘, with a limited number of special edition vinyls set for release too for all the record collectors out there!

The full EP drops on Friday 29th March on Anjunabeats, so make sure you set your calendars ready to grab your copy on the day! Check out the mix cut of ‘Flying By Candlelight‘ taken from Above & Beyond’s set in Hong Kong.

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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