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TML by Tomorrowland unveils limited edition capsule collection in collaboration with STMPD RCRDS

Martin Garrix and his label STMPD RCRDS are teaming up with Tomorrowland‘s newest imprint Tomorrowland Music for a special release, and to celebrate have unveiled a stunning limited edition merchandise collection with TML by Tomorrowland.

In collaboration with STMPD RCRDS, Tomorrowland Music and the label are releasing a special 7-track EP together which is expected to feature tracks from label mainstays and fan favourite artists filled to the brim with new anthems. To celebrate this unique partnership between two premier labels, Tomorrowland’s boutique fashion line has unveiled a capsule collection inspired by the EP artwork, which is limited edition and available to shop now.

Comprised of two t-shirts in two different colourways (black and beige) and a black hoodie, the designs show off the two iconic logos layered on top of each other in a sleek way with the text showcasing the origins of both labels, Boom and Amsterdam. With prices starting from €45.00 for the t-shirts and €80.00 for the hoodie, these pieces are expected to sell out fast, being available online and also in the TML by Tomorrowland boutiques dotted around the festival site. To celebrate this collection, DubVision performed a special set inside one of the on-site boutiques sporting the new collection, much to the delight of fans.

In terms of more news regarding the EP itself, the TML by Tomorrowland website states that it will be premiered on July 29, during the third weekend, at the Library Stage, but if you can’t be there to witness the action, you can already pre-save it right here. Don’t forget to also check out the capsule collection by TML by Tomorrowland and STMPD RCRDS in all of its glory here. Happy shopping!

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