Martin Garrix Drops 'Now That I've Found You' Video, Will Premiere Unheard Tracks at Ultra

Misha Vladimirskiy
Martin Garrix at Coachella 2014 on April 18, 2014.

Martin Garrix has been teasing new material as fans await his debut album, including last month's John Martin collaboration "Now That I've Found You."

On Friday (March 11), the 19-year-old producer dropped the single and unveiled its accompanying music video via a Facebook live stream. In the Q&A stream with fan-submitted questions, he also announced that he will premiere "eight or nine" unheard singles at Ultra Music Festival next week.

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"Guys don't end this live chat thing, but the official music video for 'Now That I've Found You' just went online," said Garrix, when he was just informed of video going live by his management during a question about the release date of his album. "There's a lot of time and effort in this video and I'm really proud of it."

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Still no word on the album's official release date, but Garrix said in the stream he plans to follow up with a second single and finish the album in April. The debut follows Garrix's departure from Spinnin' Records and the launch his own label, STMPD RCRDS.

Check out the video, directed by Peter Huang, below!

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