In honor of their current joint North American Arc tour, the trance production teams Tritonal and Super8 & Tab premiered a new collaboration, aptly named “Arc.” We had heard rumblings of this production on Tritonal‘s most recent Air Up There podcast, but Above & Beyond were the ones to actually debut the song on the most recent episode of Trance Around The World this past Friday. The tune opens with a pretty little piano melody but quickly builds into an incredibly upbeat progressive trance track, employing heavy use of Tritonal‘s signature stuttered synth sound. We have not heard anything about a timeline for an official release yet, but plan on hearing this one played out live if you’re catching the tour in a city near you. Take a listen after the break.
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