Miami Music Week is officially upon us, and Nicky Romero has two unique gifts for fans right in time for his Main Stage performance at Ultra Music Festival: a brand new track and the announcement of his world tour. Romero teamed up with LA-based producer/singer/songwriter DallasK, and LA-based singer/songwriter XYLØ for „Sometimes,“ an upbeat and melodic song that will raise your spirits all weekend. XYLØ’s enchanting vocals weave their way over gently undulating progressive melodies, making „Sometimes“ a record that’s perfect for the warm weather afternoons of Miami. Nicky and DallasK weigh in on the making of the collaboration:
„The lyrics of this song really resonated with me, and I was able to put myself immediately in the mood of the record. Dallas is an incredible writer, and it was a pleasure collaborating with him on this record. I can’t thank XYLØ enough for her beautiful voice and for tying the record together so effortlessly“ – Nicky Romero
„‚Sometimes‚ is a song that we wrote about the push and pull between your past and present. Almost everyone has had someone come into their life who made such an impact that they lingered well beyond the end of the relationship, and this is a song for those people“ – DallasK
Nicky has unveiled the dates for his „Redefine“ 2019 world tour. The Protocol Recordings tycoon will be touching down all over the globe, from his residencies in Vegas at Hakkasan and Omnia, Balaton Sound in Hungary, Laroc in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Makuhari Beach in Tokyo, Emporium Festival in the Netherlands, and many more! Check out the list of dates below and consider planning that summer vacation to catch Nicky in an exotic destination!
Through the constant evolution of his sound and reinvestment in emerging artists, Nicky Romero has proved his ability to evolve with the ever-changing landscape of electronic music. His latest releases have spanned the spectrum of electronic music, including his „Ring the Alarm“ with David Guetta, vocal house collaboration „Distance“ with Olivia Holt, dance-pop gem „Be Somebody“ with Steve Aoki and Kiiara, and remixes for Martin Garrix and Jess Glynne. When he’s not in the studio himself, Romero is busy running the Protocol Recordings empire, which is home to artists like Teamworx, Thomas Gold, Maximals, Marc Benjamin and more. Stay tuned to see what comes next from the Protocol crew as they gear up for festival season.