Martin Garrix has a whole lot to party about right now as he has unleashed a slew of hot tracks already this year and also put on multiple stellar live streams during the Corona Virus lockdown. To add to the excitement, he has released the much-anticipated John Martin collaboration “Higher Ground” in celebration of his 24th birthday (May 14th).
The song, made available via RCA Records, plays along the same lines as his previous tracks, offering ambient accompanying instrumentals that allow the Swedish singer’s vocals to truly shine. In classic EDM fashion, the production builds along with John Martin’s voice to an apex that leads the whole song into a drop full of pure exhilaration. Listen to the newest title from Martin Garrix, “Higher Ground,” here.
This collaboration is quite high level seeing that both artists have been known for years to contribute heavily to hit efforts. Garrix is now a household name since dropping such massive tracks as “Animals,” “Summer Days,” “In the Name of Love” and “Scared to Be Lonely.” Martin, in the same thread, has become intertwined with fellow countrymen and super group Swedish House Mafia through his singing on “Don’t You Worry Child” and “Save The World.” Together, both artists who share the same name have created something powerful but timeless on “Higher Ground.”
Furthermore, Garrix has been utilizing the global lockdown as an opportunity to show off his creativity, taking to a rooftop as well as the rivers of the Netherlands to exhibit his latest creations “Used To Love” with Dean Lewis and “Drown” with Clinton Kane and more. Re-watch one of the performances below.