Martin Garrix teams with Blinders

“Aurora” is final release before album drops

Martin Garrix has released “Aurora” with Blinders, the final single that drops ahead of his first-ever club album, Sentio, due April 29th.

Starting off as a new remix for “In The Name Of Love” during his live sets, Garrix loved the track so much that he decided to turn it into a full version. Calling in help from his friend Blinders, the end result is an energetic track with a slightly dark twist.

Already receiving spins during his shows in South America and during Ultra Music Festival, the full version is now out for everyone to enjoy.

Garrix has been releasing a new track every Tuesday and Friday through the April 29th release date. Gearing up for the album release next week, Garrix has lined up the last tracks that will complete the Sentio tracklist.

The campaign kicked off with “Follow,” his highly-anticipated collaboration with longtime friend Zedd, “Limitless,” with Mesto, “Reboot” with Vluarr, “Quantum” with Brooks, “Good Morning” with Matisse & Sadko, “Starlight (Keep Me Afloat)” with DubVision and Shaun Farrugia, “Funk” with Julian Jordan, and “Find You” featuring Justin Mylo.

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