Armin van Buuren officially prepares his 7th studio-album


After countless successful songs, Armin van Buuren announces the imminent release of his new album.


It’s yet another moment of glory for the Dutch DJ: after the amazing performance of classic trance tracks to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Tomorrowland with one of his most precious vocalists, Susana (which you can see: HERE), also at Tomorrowland, during his DJ set on stage of A State Of Trance 900 “Lifting You Higher”, Armin van Buuren has announced what will probably be the first single – his words during the performance: “from upcoming album !”. A burst of powerful trance accompanied by a male vocalist (it seems Jonathan Mendolsohn or Sam Martin, who has already accompanied him for “Wild Wild Son” last year), really incredible and massive sound, like Rising Star style.

During his DJ set other new tracks were also played that we will probably find in his seventh studio-album:



It must be said that this news has been awaited for a very long time: Armin in the last two years, after the end of his “Armin Only: Embrace”, that is the tour of his previous album “Embrace”, has continued to churn out songs , either alone or through collaborations: we can say almost one a month !

Among the latest, the wonderful “Something Real” (with Avian Grays and Jordan Shaw) written for the Untold Festival 2019, from today until August 4th, where she will play her now famous 8-hour long set tomorrow:



We then wondered if these singles were the anticipation of the new album that now seems to be finally coming: we can’t wait to discover the name, the tracklist and above all the release date. A huge new hit page for the Dutch DJ is therefore expected, a new album and new world tour that will go – probably – hand in hand with the preparation of what will be the biggest trance musical event of all time: A State Of Trance 1000 ! But first … 950, next year !

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