Hardwell has owned one of the biggest tracks across the scene since releasing “Spaceman” back in January. Ten months later, Robbert is finally returning with the follow up track, “Apollo,” debuted at ADE last month. “Apollo” strikes with anthemic builds, deep bass kicks , and an unmatched drop. Along with a vocal from Amba Shepherd, Hardwell’s next single will be as ground breaking as his last, so keep an eye out for “Apollo” to hit the release circuit on November 26th.
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