Martin Garrix Premieres ‘Higher Ground’ With John Martin In Full Quality During Rooftop Set

Like every artist around the world right now, Martin Garrix has been sidelined from touring for the past while and the indefinite future. However, to help people forget about the coronavirus for a moment he treated his fans with something special, a new live set recorded from his stunning rooftop in Amsterdam as well as the first official play of a new track. Initially, the set was set to be aired at 7 pm, however, due to some difficulties uploading it he had to push it back a little.

While letting fans know the set would be going broadcasted slightly later, he let slip in an Instagram story that despite his management asking him to cut out his unreleased single ‘Higher Ground’, he’d decided to keep it in there fans to hear in full quality.

As Garrix further revealed the track is yet to be scheduled for release, but this is best we can get for the meantime and it kicks off an awesome set. We can only hope this one arrives in full soon!

Take a listen below!

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