Hardwell and Mike Williams' collaboration "I'm Not Sorry" has been teased since Amsterdam Dance Event back in October of 2018. Now, the long-awaited collaboration has a release date. Coming out this Friday, March 8th, on Revealed Recordings, the two Dutch producers are ready to show what's been under wraps.
Incidentally, it was during one of Hardwell's final live appearances where "I'm Not Sorry" was first debuted. The "Apollo" producer retired from touring late last year. Still, his step back from the live setting has not broken his stride when it comes to releases.
Although his first release of the year, "I Got You," arrived just a couple weeks ago, Williams' tour schedule is filling up. With performances at German festival Airbeat One, Tomorrowland, and more on the books, Williams will be hitting the festival circuit strong this year.
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Stay tuned for the full release of "I'm Not Sorry" out this Friday and pre-save it on Spotify here.