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  • Vluarr and GRX Team Up for New Festival Track “No More”


    We’ve got a hot new release on STMPD RCRDS from Vluarr, GRX and Thomas Nan, “No More.” Of course, if you’re in the know, you know that GRX is a rarely used Martin Garrix alias. If you’ve seen any of his live sets lately, you will instantly recognize this song. Featuring emotional vocals from ZANA, a catchy drop and that unmistakable STMPD sound, “No More” is destined to become a staple in Martin’s live sets.

    This is the first GRX track since “Far and Away” with Florian Picasso back in 2021. The most classic GRX track is “Boomerang” with Brooks back in 2017. Obviously, Martin uses the GRX alias as a way to support other artists, “Far and Away” is no exception. Martin and Vluarr previously collaborated on last year’s “Reboot,” this time around Martin let’s Vluarr take the wheel. The result is an undeniable banger that works just as well at the festival as in the club.

    Check out the latest from Vluarr, GRX and Thomas Nan, “No More” featuring ZANA, out now on STMPD. Martin Garrix plays every Thursday night at UshuaÏa Ibiza this Summer. He’ll also be playing regular shows at Omnia and Wet Republic in Las Vegas in August and September.

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Vluarr and GRX Team Up for New Festival Track “No More”

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