First premiered at Tomorrowland and then featured in the festivals official aftermovie, Martin Garrix had attention bubbling amongst dance fans worldwide with this release. Reuniting with Bonn, proving their golden musical chemistry with their 3rd collaboration they now reveal ‘Home’.
While the track has more pop moments, it still carries a hefty punch that works for his high energy sets. ‘Home’ is guitar infused progressive release that exudes an early 2000’s nostalgia fused with fuzzy modern electro. The standout vocals from Bonn are captivating and catchy, we’ll expect to see fans singing along as Garrix jumps around Europe for the final moments of summer festival season. ‘Home’ is another example of Martin’s ability to engineer something for the masses, whilst still remaining true to his loyal supporters.
The song was also written with assistance from Albin Nedler, who along with Bonn (real name Kristoffer Fogelmark) were notably involved with several of Avicii tracks from his posthumous album ‘Tim’. The credits on ‘Home’ also show contributions from ‘Don’t You Worry Child’ vocalist John Martin and Michel Zitron, the minds behind tracks from the likes of Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, Alesso, and Martin Garrix. Altogether, this track has some real talent behind it and that is evident just by listening!
Released on Martin Garrix’s ever-growing STMPD record label, listen now below