It’s been just six months since trance superstar Armin van Buuren dropped his seventh studio album, but his release schedule has been as regular as ever, with five new tunes since. While his recent collaborations with Super8 & Tab, MaRLo and Fatum have explored the various niches of trance, his latest with hardstyle act Brennan Heart forays into euphoric progressive house. Featuring surreal vocals from Andreas Moe, ‘All On Me’ sounds like a classic DubVision or Martin Garrix tune, indeed with a similar chord progression to the latter’s ‘High On Life‘. With an indelible melody and sparkling synths, ‘All On Me’ represents some of Armin’s best work in the prog house genre.
An ostensible follow-up to his previous prog house tune, ‘Something Real‘, ‘All On Me’ proves that Armin’s Midas touch persists in whichever genre he chooses to dabble in. Other evidence of his genius can be found in his newly-released ‘A State Of Trance 2020‘ mix compilation, which hides an Armin x MaRLo collab – itself a follow-up to the 2019 Tune of the Year, with fans showering praise left, right and center. For those hardstyle fanatics expecting a 150 BPM tempo on this one, fret not, for Brennan Heart’s VIP version (out this Friday) is sure to satiate your desires. In the meanwhile, enjoy the 128 BPM original below.