Alok’s “Love Is A Temple” feat. IRO is Budweiser’s Official 2017 Tomorrowland Anthem

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Released on Spinnin’ Records, last week, Alok’s new single, titled “Love Is A Temple” featuring IRO is Budweiser’s official 2017 Tomorrowland anthem. The accompanying music video features scenes from the world-renowned festival.

Collaborating for the first time, Brazilian DJ Alok and Brooklyn-based singer IRO make the perfect team. This new song comes after the recently released Alok song “Never Let Me Go” which is still making waves on DJ sets globally.

The song infuses IRO’s calm vocals with a trap-infused backing track. As a whole, it commands DJs around the world to include this song on their sets, upon first listen.

Creating astronomical waves within the track, Alok brings pulsating synths and exhilarating bassline, that will really pump out on the dancefloor. The vocals from IRO is meaningful and expressive whilst adding its own boom to the sound as a whole.

The song is planned for huge success globally as it becomes Budweiser’s official anthem for Tomorrowland 2017. It will have its debut live performance at this year’s edition of the festival, in Belgium, next month. The festival made it on to our article: “Mainstream Festivals That Are Not To Be Missed In 2017“.

Watch Alok’s “Love Is A Temple” Music Video Featuring IRO Here:

The accompanying music video starts off with an introduction piece that watches a woman through her everyday life; as we listen to a recorded message that sounds like it’s from a phone conversation talking about dreams, good and bad, that seems to be pulling our main character in different directions. The ending finishes this message with “Dreams come true, you know.”

We watch a woman explore her adventure-like dream, where everyone she meets is a clone of herself. It really shows how many sides of a person there truly is; there’s always the good and the bad sides as well as everything in-between. She then sees a redhead, who certainly stands out from the crowd. She follows her to the subway and ends up on a journey of self-discovery and to Tomorrowland.

The festival looks epic, as we all know how amazing it is; but, seeing true visuals in this music video just makes us want to go even more. The song is available to download and stream on all music platforms.

Not only has he released “Love Is A Temple”, but Alok was challenged to create a short track only using the new Samsung Galaxy A 2017, in sponsorship of Samsung Brazil. Not only did he accomplish it, but he managed to capture the city life of Las Vegas within the snippet.

Check Out Alok’s Samsung Galaxy A 2017 Clip Here:


Alok Petrillo has been releasing killer tracks that have been storming DJ sets for years, but in the last couple he has really brought the fire; especially with “Hear Me Now” with Bruno Martini and featuring Zeeba, which has charted all over the world. He also recently released “Never Let Me Go” which racked up 12 million streams on Spotify within a month. He just finished an American tour, selling out San Francisco. Now he’s ready to bring his Brazilian Bass to festivals and clubs on his world tour in the Summer. Recently, he performed in Sweden, Germany, and Cyprus, at Summerburst Festival, Big City Beats Festival, and Guava Beach, respectively. Make sure you catch him at one of the upcoming dates below.

15 July 2017 – Electrobeach Music Festival – France
18 July 2017 – Sea Lounge – France
21 July 2017 – Tomorrowland – Belgium
22 July 2017 – Tomorrowland – Belgium
23 july 2017 – Ushuaia – Ibiza
29 July 2017 – Tomorrowland – Belgium
31 July 2017 – Lick – Portugal
1 August 2017 – Black Sheep Festival – Croatia
3 August 2017 – Weekend Festival – Estonia
4 August 2017 – Weekend Festival – Finland
26 August 2017 – Mysteryland Festival – Holland
27 August 2017 – Creamfields – UK

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