Martin Garrix Finally Drops Troye Sivan Collab “There For You” [WATCH]

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AND it was dropped with a new video.

Martin Garrix and Troye Sivan release highly anticipated ‘There For You’ [Video]

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From Ultra Music Festival to Coachella, Martin Garrix has been teasing fans with his latest collaboration with Troye Sivan, “There For You.” The two have released the track with an official music video that features charming shots of Garrix and Sivan performing at shows and walking through scenic locations.

“There For You” deviates from Martin Garrix’s traditional big room style, and instead shows off a brilliant future bass melody consisting of a relaxed, yet moving bass line, uplifting lyrics, gentle electric guitar riffs, and of course, Troye Sivan’s enthralling voice. With a different sound than the typical, Garrix continues to surprise us with his artistry.

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Martin Garrix & Troye Sivan release new single and music video, ‘There For You’

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Martin Garrix originally premiered his new single, “There For You,” during the second weekend of Coachella. Vocalist Troye Sivan, the Dutch producer’s high-profile collaborator, joined the Garrix live on stage for its live debut – marking one of the weekend’s most publicized moments.

One month – and, seemingly, an eternity of hype – later, the two young artists have released their momentous collaboration in conjunction with its official music video. Marked by the jauntily soothing future bass style which has pervaded Garrix’s recent output, “There For You” is primed to be yet another hit fro the Dutch wunderkind.

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Martin Garrix Teases The Production of ‘There For You’ With Troye Sivan

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Martin Garrix and Troye Sivan originally premiered their single “There For You” at Coachella and then a second time this past weekend in San Francisco. Martin Garrix originally said that the track would be released mid-May and even some news outlets began to report last week would be the official release date. On May 18th,

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Martin Garrix Reveals Release Date For Single With Troye Sivan

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Even though Martin Garrix claimed that his new single with Troye Sivan would be released mid-May, Martin Garrix confirmed today the actual release date of their new single would be May 26th, 2017. “There For You” was originally debuted during Martin Garrix’s Coachella 2017 set. Despite many claims stating the song would be released tomorrow,

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La La LandThis is one of my more controversial views, a position so conservative some might call it retrograde, but in light of this past week’s events I’m feeling emboldened to revel in it: I thought La La Land was great. (What, did you think I was going to go full Tom Araya on you?) The … More »

The 2017 State Of Pop Address

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LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 20:  Recording artist Drake accepts the Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Album award onstage during the 2016 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 20, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Frazer Harrison/AMA2016/Getty Images for dcp)Pop music is fluid. Like any vibrant creative field, it exists in a constant state of flux. It has to, or else it would cross over from an active concern to a historical relic, a format frozen in time for museums and reenactments. Pop is special in this regard because unlike rock or jazz or … More »