ARTBAT brings melodic techno to the Tomorrowland 2022 mainstage: Watch

ARTBAT took to the main stage at Tomorrowland for their final performance of the 2022 edition of the festival. The Ukrainian duo took the stage early evening, between Nicky Romero and Lost Frequencies and delivered a high energy set full of originals, ID’s and remixes.

After getting things started with their 2021 collaboration with Pete Tong, ‘Age of Love,‘ they brought singer Braev to the stage early on to provide a live performance of their recent single with Shall Ocin, ‘Origin.’ The duo also came equipped with tracks from recent Ibiza b2b performer David Guetta. An early addition of a David Guetta and MORTEN ID certainly helped turn up the energy from the stage before later dropping their Guetta collaboration, ‘It’s Ours.’  As members Artur and Batish continued through the set, they relied heavily on massive energy swings. ARTBAT were not afraid to play with extreme dynamics throughout their time on the main stage.

While the duo would bring the music to the massive highs and rhythms expected from a Tomorrowland main stage performer, they took significant moments to also bring the energy down, filtering out many elements of the music to allow the crowd to catch their breath and take in the beauty of the moment and the spectacle of the event’s final day.

By the time Joris Voorn‘s ‘The Navigator’ was blasting through the sound system, the group had begun to hit higher peaks, finding their stride and the crowd response was evident in the increased energy. With the performance in full swing, ARTBAT continued to deliver, offering up a flurry of new ID’s to the audience, with Tiga‘s ‘Mind Dimension’ as well as Kölsch‘s ‘All That Matters’ sandwiched in between the unreleased productions. The hour long set provided a massive stage for the Ukrainian duo as well as a wonderful mix of energy and massive vocal tracks. Re-live the full performance right here.

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