During his headlining performance at Fuji Rock Festival in Japan, Martin Garrix debuted a new collaboration with Bonn titled "Take Me Home."
A popular fan page dedicated to the 23-year-old Dutch producer shared a recording of the unreleased track recorded from the YouTube Music stream of the event. Although the clip is short, listeners have just enough time to hear an introductory period of the track featuring some emphasized keys alongside uplifting vocals.
On an Instagram story post, Bonn shared footage of the same track and confirmed that it was indeed another collaboration between the duo.
"Take Me Home" will mark the third collaboration between the Swedish and Dutch artists. In 2018, they released the tracks "High On Life" and "No Sleep" on Garrix's label STMPD RCRDS.
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At the time of writing neither Martin Garrix nor Bonn have announced an official release date for "Take Me Home."
Fuji Rock Festival took place July 25th-28th at Naeba Ski Resort in the Niigata prefecture of Japan. The three-day celebration of music featured performances from The Chemical Brothers, Sia, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and more.