They’re back!

Dutch trance and house duo W&W have returned to their home base of “Mainstage Music” with a new club banger and it’s sure to please their fans. W&W (Williem and Wardt) last made “Waves” (no pun intended) in 2014 when they released a single with Tomorrowland residents Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. Although that track didn’t chart like their previous ones, it received great support from some of the world’s Top 100 DJs/producers.

W&W Hardwell


After which, they made a little something with Hardwell titled, “Don’t Stop The Madness“, which was released on Hardwell’s debut album, “United We Are“. Indeed, the madness hasn’t stopped because W&W just released “Rave After Rave” under “Mainstage Music”!

Said to be one of the most requested IDs over the last couple of months, “Rave After Rave” now finally sees the light of day. It has already received early support from the likes of Tiesto, Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, David Guetta, Nicky Romero, Sander van Doorn, Bingo Players, Andrew Rayel, R3hab, Ummet Ozcan, Jay Hardway, Blasterjaxx, Tritional, VINAI, Sick individuals, and Audien.

Need we say more?

W&W Rave After Rave

“Rave After Rave” is released just in time for “Miami Music Week” and right at the start of the festival season. Speaking of festivals, heck, even the official music video was shot during Ultra Music Festival in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

And really, what better way to really capture a high energy track than to have its music video based off a high energy festival? Ace!

Check it:


Want a copy of W&W’s “Rave After Rave”? Get it from Beatport here.

For moe information, hit up W&W’s Facebook page.

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