Dash Berlin feat. Emma Hewitt - Disarm Yourself (Official Music Video)
Dash Berlin's brand new studio album 'We Are (Part 1)' is OUT NOW!
Listen the whole album on Spotify: http://bit.ly/DBWA1_SP
Download 'We Are (Part 1)' on iTunes: http://bit.ly/DBWA1_iT
Buy CD at the ArmadaShop: http://bit.ly/DBWA1_AS
Follow to Dash Berlin on Spotify: http://bit.ly/DashBerlinSpotify
Subscribe to Armada TV: http://bit.ly/SubscribeArmada
Get Dash Berlin's #MusicIsLife #Deluxe on iTunes: http://bit.ly/MusicislifeDeluxe_iT
Get Dash Berlin's #MusicIsLife #Deluxe in the ArmadaShop: http://bit.ly/musicislifedeluxe_AS
After officially being awarded as the number 15 DJ in the world in the highly respected DJ Mag Top 100 poll, the 'Flying Dutchman' is about to rock the global Trance floors again in 2011. Dutch DJ Dash Berlin is back with a brand new, future classic to add to his hit-filled discography. The debut single from his forthcoming, second artist album is the first glimpse on the exciting things to come.
The epic anthem entitled 'Disarm Yourself' is the result of his fan-anticipated rendezvous with Australian singer Emma Hewitt and contains an inspiring message. "I believe it was President Roosevelt who said; "There is nothing to fear, but fear itself" and that concept is exactly what this song is about", says the humble DJ when asked about the lyrical theme on his latest collaboration. "It's about the anxiety you can feel when you are confronted with the new and the unknown. Sometimes disarming yourself and actually feeling the fear, while doing things anyway, can be the only way forward".
The track premiered on episode 486 of Armin van Buuren's legendary ASOT radio show and immediately caused a major stir all around the web. The preview quickly found its way to the fans via Dash Berlin's Youtube channel and gained a massive 160000 views within days after upload. Dash Berlin's eagerly awaited, brand new single with Emma Hewitt is out now exclusively on Beatport.
Dash Berlin and Emma Hewitt are donating the proceeds of this single to the Flood Relief Fund in Australia. http://www.qld.gov.au/floods/donate.html