[VIDEO] Hardwell Premieres His ‘Apollo’ Follow Up At Tomorrowland!

6 years later, it’s here. As mentioned before his set, Hardwell premiered his ‘follow-up’ to his hit track ‘Apollo’ with Australia singer Amba Shepherd. On the first Friday of Tomorrowland 2018, Hardwell played this new unreleased record, as well as a VINAI collaboration.

His follow up to ‘Apollo’ has similar grasping vocals, however this chooses a more melodic drop. The drop is very reminiscent to his track ‘We Are One’, the unusual same bassline for a progressive house release.

You can listen to the track in full from his Tomorrowland live set embedded below. 

 For more Tomorrowland related news over the next two weeks, keep an eye on our exclusive page www.cultr.com/tomorrowland which will include the latest news, ID’s and feature along with the best from the live streams.

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