DEC. 10, 2013
Today, one of dance music’s leading innovators, Hardwell, releases an addictive new single, “Dare You” featuring Matthew Koma, via Ultra Records. After recently being crowned as the #1 DJ in the DJ Mag Top 100, Hardwell returns with a new direction manifested in his latest offering. “Dare You,” the first track to ever be premiered via Shazam, is a quintessential vocal anthem that evokes deep emotions while inspiring the masses. Hardwell is not resting on any laurels past his undeniable career landmark as he is now opening up the next chapter of his career to expand his positive impact on the world through music.
Following up on his scorching festival anthem “Never Say Goodbye” with Dyro and Bright Lights, Hardwell delivers a definitive song showing a new and melodically refined direction for his own peak time aptitude. In “Dare You,” he fuses arena-sized synth lines, gorgeous string plucks, and strong percussion with Matthew Koma’s on-point songwriting for an unsuspecting, yet spectacular display of radio-friendly fuel that has set in motion another year of domination. Having been supported by Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1, Hardwell’s “Dare You” is on its way to becoming a worldwide chart-topper.
Hardwell North America 2013 Tour Dates
DATE VENUE LOCATION
26-Dec Mansion Nightclub Miami, FL
27-Dec Echostage Washington, D.C.
28-Dec Pier 94 New York City, NY
29-Dec HQ Nightclub Atlantic City, NJ
30-Dec Hakkasan Las Vegas, NV
31-Dec Pacific National Exhibition Vancouver, Canada
31-Dec BMO Center Calgary, Canada
Preview Hardwell’s “Dare You” featuring Matthew Koma below, watch the teaser video here: http://bit.ly/IMg1EO, and
Purchase on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/HDareYou.
Dare You Hardwell Matthew Koma Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1 Revealed Recordings Ultra Records
Last modified: December 10, 2013
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