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  • Alan Walker Drops His First Single of the Year, “Dreamer”


    Alan Walker is back with his first track of 2023, “Dreamer,” a soaring, melodic progressive house instrumental that is sure to delight fans. In fact, “Dreamer” is in direct response to a Twitter poll the Norwegian producer/DJ recently posted asking “Should we take it back to the beginning?” Over 90% responded Yes. Now, thanks to that Twitter poll, we get an instant classic Alan Walker song that is sure to be a smash in his sets.

    Can you believe it’s been 10 years since I started posting my music on Youtube. Should we take it to the beginning? #origins

    — Alan Walker (@IAmAlanWalker) March 31, 2023

    The accompanying music video features Walker on a Zoom call with a group of lucky Walkers that he premiered the song for. “Dreamer” is out now in collaboration with NCS (NoCopyrightSounds), the platform and community through which Alan Walker originally began his career and rose to popularity.

    On top of the release of “Dreamer,” Walker just announced his upcoming residency at Zouk Las Vegas. His first scheduled performance will be May 20 during EDC Weekend.

    “‘Dreamer’ is a tribute to the community, my early supporters, and all the dreamers out there. An instrumental record driven by the signature sonic elements that brought me to where I am today and sounds that still drive my creativity to this date.

    I have a lot of new projects and music in the works right now, so I’m stoked about this new residency and the possibility of connecting with my fans and the Vegas crowd. during all these shows we’ve planned for 2023 at Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub.” – AW

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Alan Walker Drops His First Single of the Year, “Dreamer”

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