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Martin Garrix announces new single ‘Used To Love’ in collaboration with Dean Lewis

Through the fifth anniversary of Lollapalooza Berlin this previous weekend, Martin Garrix introduced that he’ll launch his model new single “Used To Love” by the tip of October. The observe is made in collaboration with Australian singer-songwriter Dean Lewis, identified for his hit single “Waves,” and who was additionally performing on the pageant. During the last two months Martin and Dean spent many hours collectively creating new music in Amsterdam.

Martin Garrix: “This track was made during my break while I was recovering from my ankle injury. Dean and I are super excited to share it with the world!”

This announcement comes days after Garrix teased a forthcoming remix of Lewis Capaldi’s “Someone You Loved,” his first official solo remix since 2015, whereas taking part in at Beachclub in Montreal.

Take heed to his newest single, “Home” feat. Bonn, beneath. And keep tuned for extra info on each of those new songs!


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