Hardwell teases huge follow up single to his 2013 hit ‘Apollo’

Starting the new year in style, Hardwell, who’s already working diligently on his Story Of Hardwell project, has taken to social media to releasr the teaser for a massive new tune. Any golden age dance fan is sure to remember Hardwell’s break out smash ‘Apollo‘ back in 2013 when the artist took over the world. Now, a little more than half a decade since the hits release, Hardwell has announced that the follow-up to the project will debut this Friday, January 4th on platforms around the world. With all the nostalgia surrounding ‘Apollo’ and the many memories it has in dance aficionado’s hearts, Hardwell has given fans a little taste of what they can expect.

While the teaser excludes any hints to the tune’s main portions, if it’s anything similar to part 1, fans can almost assuredly expect lively lyrics, main stage ambiance and an absolutely riveting drop and Hardwell’s global audience couldn’t be more excited to get a peek at what’s to come. While the tune was heard for the first time in full at Tomorrowland 2018, as shown by the teaser video, Hardwell has had the tune in the works for quite some time.

Naturally, it’s going to be an exciting year for the artist who just last year announced a hiatus from live performing. So while we won’t be able to experience the song live from Hardwell himself for the foreseeable future, we can always hope the Dutchman will make one of his many surprise guest appearances this festival season. Until his confirmed return, however, Hardwell will undoubtedly bolster his catalog something serious this year. Without having to worry about the demand and stress of constant travel, there will be even more time for the superstar to continue pulling out all the stops in the studio.

If you haven’t yet, take a closer look at Hardwell’s ‘Being Alive‘ teaser below.

Being Alive – Hardwell [teaser]

My new single "Being Alive" drops this Friday, the follow-up of "Apollo"? Who's excited to start this new year with a blast?

Posted by Hardwell on Wednesday, January 2, 2019