Martin Garrix reunites with Justin Mylo and Dewain Whitmore four years later on eighth ‘Sentio’ single, ‘Find You’
We’re officially a week away from the completion of Sentio. And for the eighth part to Martin Garrix‘s first-ever album, he’s running back the “Burn Out” trio, reuniting with both Justin Mylo and Dewain Whitmore nearly four years after their first meeting on STMPD RCRDS. “Find You”—which joins “Funk” as the two album singles to land on the week of April 17—follows the same route that most of the prior Sentio singles thus far have—including “Follow,” “Limitless,” “Reboot,” “Quantum,” “Good Morning,” ”Starlight (Keep Me Afloat),” and the previous Julian Jordan-backed single—entering through Garrix’s Lollapalooza Chile set and taking a trip to Ultra before eventually winding up on the album tracklist.
It’s safe to say that not every collaborative sequel can live up to—or even surpass—its predecessor, but “Find You” easily does both. Turning from the future house framework that they built on “Burn Out” over to blue-chip progressive house, Garrix, Mylo, and Whitmore collectively prove that lightning sometimes does strike twice, delivering what was prevailed as one of the most rapturous tracks on Garrix’s extended ID checklist and ensuring that Sentio has yet to miss a step on any of its eight singles thus far.
There’s still no confirmation as to how many tracks will be on Sentio once April 29 hits, but out of the remaining Ultra IDs, Garrix has only four tracks left to cross off, including “Oxygen” with DubVision, the DallasK ID, the Blinders ID, and Garrix’s second Shaun Farrugia meeting.
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