On April 9, 2018, W&W released their first track of the year entitled Supa Dupa Fly. The basslines punch hard, and the vocals draw you in and transport you to a festival like atmosphere. The single is an interesting mix of big room house with slight undertones of Armin Van Buuren’s current mainstage sound; whether you’re at EDCLV or in your living room, Supa Dupa Fly is an anthem that will bring energy to any playlist. It will satisfy any hungry crowd looking to dance.
Supa Dupa Fly starts out with an arena-sized bassline. Towards the middle of the song, there’s a breakdown with disjointed vocals followed by vibrant and echoing synth. It’s upbeat and a little funky. The vocals only add to its overall house vibe. W&W has released this track just in time for festival season, and this will surely be an anthem to grace mainstages everywhere this summer.
W&W will likely be testing out this new music during their international tour. With dates set for EDC Japan and China, as well as Tomorrowland this summer. You can be certain that Supa Dupa Fly will become a staple of their festival sets. Check out the song below and let us know in the comments what you think of W&W’s newest edition.
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