Armin van Buuren is not slowing down his feverish push of new music, and this week he's bringing Luke Bond and Karra to the limelight with him on "Revolution."
Amid van Buuren's heavy festival touring schedule, he's joined forces with British producer Luke Bond. This time last year, Bond's single "U" was making the rounds on main stages across the world. Looking for a similar result this summer, he's channeling similar high energy bounce and trance influences on "Revolution." The last two years have seen Bond making a noticeable impact within the Armada Music ecosystem propelling this rising producer to the forefront of main stage play.
Ushering in the battle cry of "Revolution" is none other than singer songwriter Karra. The L.A.-based songstress has found her place on multiple festival anthems this year. Most recently, she appeared on KSHMR's dark collaboration with KAAZE, "Devil Inside Me."
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Join the dance revolution with Armin van Buuren, Luke Bond, and Karra. "Revolution" is out now via Armada Music.