ARTBAT Finally Unveil The Highly Awaited Track “Remember” Journey On UPPERGROUND

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Prepare for an unforgettable odyssey as the unstoppable duo ARTBAT, hailing from Kyiv, unveils their long-awaited sonic marvel, “Remember,” on their now influential imprint, UPPERGROUND.

ARTBAT have carved their names indelibly into the annals of the electronic music industry, receiving recognition from the industry, press, fans and their peers a like. Creating impactful anthems like ‘Coming Home’, ‘Best of Me’, ‘For a Feeling’ and ‘Horizon’, and their groundbreaking collaborations with icons such as David Guetta, Idris Elba, and John Martin have solidified their status as industry titans.

As sought-after DJs, they’ve capitvated audiences at prestigious festivals including Tomorrowland and EDC, leaving dancefloors trembling in their wake. Meanwhile, their UPPERGROUND label has swiftly risen to prominence, acting as a beacon for visionary artists within the electronic music sphere.

ARTBAT’s music transcends boundaries, with their tracks finding homes in high-profile fashion campaigns with brands like Emporio Armani and Grand Seiko. Their sound has also infiltrated the digital realm, gracing platforms like TikTok and Roblox, allowing their sound to reach electronic music fans worldwide.

“Remember” is one of the duo’s most eagerly awaited releases, having played this for the last 2 years, the track encapsulates the quintessential ARTBAT experience. It weaves together soulful and introspective melodies that hypnotize, encouraging introspection. These harmonies collide with fierce synths and a bassline that propels you back to the present, all while carrying you on an electrifying dancefloor journey.

As ARTBAT continues to expand the landscape of electronic music, “Remember” stands as a showcase to their unwavering commitment to create beautiful and thought provoking sounds, defying expectations, and captivating the hearts and souls of listeners around the globe.


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