Martin Garrix breaks his silence,  launches STMPD RCRDS label + trailer for new single & video ‘Now That I’ve Found You’

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Dutch wunderkind Martin
’s year is about to go into overdrive this month with some big new
revelations and exciting news. A thrilling time for his enormous fanbase.

First up is the upcoming release of new single Now That I’ve Found You, featuring the soaring vocals of John & Michel. Martin previewed the unreleased track – at EDC Mexico last
weekend, and it received a huge response. The track, which was formerly an instrumental called Don’t Crack Under Pressure – features melancholic
guitars, big strings, a heavenly plucked riff and booming piano chords
alongside John & Michel’s powerful indie-rock style
vocal, it’s a seriously big track – and one that heightens anticipation
for his upcoming debut album further still.

The release date for the track is set at March 11th, with a striking trailer for the official video (watch, below)  and also available now on Martin’s YouTube channel.

Next up is the official announcement of his own label STMPD RCRDS, which was revealed on his radio show The Martin Garrix Show. Garrix will launch his new imprint with an intimate showcase at Story during Miami WMC, with friends and fellow producers Arty, Jay Hardway, Julian Jordan, Matisse & Sadko appearing alongside him with some very special surprise guests. It’s a rare chance to catch this incredible crew up close and personal.

According to young Mr. Garrix, “My
aim with STMPD RCRDS is to foster an artist first community to support
great music. It’s important for young, undiscovered talent and veterans
alike to have a support system that is invested in and dedicated
to their
success above all else." 

Last but not least, Martin is giving ONE lucky fan the chance to win full 3-day passes to the upcoming Ultra Music Festival in Miami, where Martin will be closing the main stage on Friday (March 18). At 19 years old, Martin Garrix will be the youngest artist to ever close the main stage at Ultra. One lucky will also meet Martin Garrix in person in Miami, and even if you don’t win the grand prize, there’s still a chance you can win some Martin Garrix