Ferry Corsten is giving away “Silfra” — a track inspired by his trip to Iceland — for free. He explains, “I got really inspired after visiting this amazing and peaceful place and that is also how I came up with ‘Silfra’s’ title for this track.” As with most trance songs, you can feel the emotions that went into it. The snare drums and tinkling melody are just as Corsten describes the vacation destination, peaceful. If “Silfra” is an embodiment of the Icelandic spirit then sign me up because I want to feel like this all the time.
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