Wouter de Vink
By Wouter de Vink

The collaboration between Phuture Noize and Sefa was a surprise for many, when the two DJs announced their mutual track back in September. Since then, lots of fans have been looking forward to its release and today is finally the day:  ‘Apocalypse’ is now officially out there.

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It was at the end of last festival season, when Sefa and Phuture Noize combined forces for a collab. ‘Apocalypse’ was played for the very first time at IMPAQT, during The Titan Showcase by Sefa and later that day, they played it together at the mainstage. After that, it only happened once more when the both of them were on stage: during the 20-year celebration of Q-dance, the two DJs were standing in front of ten-thousands of people, who heard the track in a sold out GelreDome.

Meanwhile, the fans were asking when the collaboration would finally be released on social media. And despite the postponement of Phuture Noize’s X-Qlusive to next September (due to the coronavirus), they both thought now was the time to get the job done, in unfortunate times like these. Because even though the (festival)world seems to perish, everyone can use a track like ‘Apocalypse’ in times of need. “This is the end of the world…”

The wait is over: Sefa & Phuture Noize – Apocalypse

Sefa & Phuture Noize – Apocalypse is now available for listening on YouTube and for pre-save on Spotify. For all available portals, click here.

Cover image taken from Facebook page Q-dance

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