ATB recruits Au/Ra and York for uplifting single ‘Highs And Lows’

The German hitmaker’s latest progressive house gem is complimented by two major collaborators.

Legendary German DJ ATB teams up with Au/Ra and York for euphoric new single ‘Highs And Lows’, out 3rd March via Virgin Records Germany.

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‘Highs And Lows’ sees ATB’s songcraft as strong as ever, integrating the strengths of gifted singer-songwriter Au/Ra and esteemed dance producer York into a progressive house anthem. The track is a moving paean to hedonism, combining ethereal pianos, melodic bass and Au/Ra’s elegant vocals. “Need a way to escape / grab my hand now I know just the place”, sings Au/Ra in a captivating tribute to the dancefloor.

For more than 20 years, ATB has been at the top of the international DJ charts (having reached #42 in DJ Mag’s 2022 list) and his songs have been played billions of times all around the globe. Still as innovative as ever, the BRIT Awards-nominated artist is considered a pioneer and by now a legend of the international electronic music scene.

With over a billion streams to her name, singer-songwriter and cross-platform world-builder Au/Ra has already established herself as a powerful voice in the world of dark electronic pop. Nomadic by nature having been born in Ibiza and raised in Antigua, Au/Ra’s versatile talents continue to grow stronger and more expressive with each release.

Completing the three-way collaboration, Torsten Stenzel is one of the most successful dance producers of the ‘90s and 2000s. York, the duo he formed with his brother Jörg, became UK Singles Chart regulars with hits including ‘On The Beach’ and ‘The Awakening’. The duo are still renowned today for their catchy guitar hooks, dreamy soundscapes and delicate dance textures.

‘High And Lows’ is a meeting of three inter-generational talents, resulting in a progressive house gem that offers an exciting taste of ATB’s next major project.

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