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The fast-rising phenomenon in the world of dance music, Norwegian DJ Alan Walker, presents his new single “Tired” is out May 19th and the suspense is real. To mark the occasion, the upcoming yet already influential producer released an artwork video, and it will definitely steal your attention.
His 2015 breakout single “Faded” via Mer Musikk recently broke 1 billion YouTube plays, so there’s no telling what this one might do. The track, which was later given a reworking by Dutch legend Tiësto, became a huge anthem of the 2016 summer, and even led to Walker performing the track live at the Winter X Games in Oslo.
“Ignite” was Walker’s first release of 2017 and is in collaboration with producer and songwriter Kenneth Nilsen, or K-391. Now, after follow-up singles ‘Alone‘ and ‘Sing Me To Sleep‘, the teen sensation returns, with new track ‘Tired‘ which is set to drop on Friday 19th May.
Taking to his official Twitter page to mark the release, the 19 year-old producer teased a video snippet of the new track, which features a set of highly artistic shots and has sent fans into a frenzy of excitement over what the end product might look like.
Following on from the success of Faded, which recently broke 1 billion YouTube plays, Alan Walker, who recently supported the likes of Rihanna and Justin Bieber on their worldwide tours, may have just stumbled across a summer anthem yet again, with the teaser video giving a glimpse into the production’s upbeat melody.
You can get a feel for it right here, and let us know your favourite Alan Walker track in the comments below!