W&W have already had a 2013 of which most producers only dream. After the rampant chart-topping success of their single “The Code,” the Dutch duo went on to collaborate with renowned trance magnate Armin van Buuren on “D# Fat“, before remixing “This Is What It Feels Like” — the mogul’s lead single off his new album Intense. Building off this seemingly frictionless momentum, W&W have previewed their newest work, “Thunder,” ahead of its May 20th release on Mainstage Music. From the initial sample, the track aims to work off the winning formula of a trancey, big room build up and a booming, hardstyle-esque drop.
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