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ATB and Au/Ra team up for “Highs and Lows,” out now via Astralwerks

German dance music icon, ATB, just releases his latest single, ‘Highs and Lows’, following the success of his recent hits “Your Love (9pm)” and “Like That.” The track sees him collaborate with long-time friend, Torsten Stenzel, and talented singer-songwriter, Au/Ra, who also happens to be Torsten’s daughter. The result is a stunning blend of dance and pop music, with Au/Ra’s powerful and emotional vocals soaring over the top of the driving beat and catchy bassline.

ATB has been a major player in the dance music scene for over two decades, with his hit single “9pm (Till I Come)” propelling him to the top of the UK singles charts back in 1998. He has since released an impressive array of chart-topping hits, including “Don’t Stop”, “Ecstasy”, “Let U Go”, “What About Us”, “Move On,” “When It Ends It Starts Again,” “Your Love (9pm)” and “Like That”. ATB’s recent collaboration with fellow German DJ Topic and Swedish singer A7S, “Your Love (9pm)”, reached over 550 million Spotify streams worldwide and topped charts in multiple countries.

Torsten Stenzel is also an accomplished producer and DJ, with numerous hit projects under his belt, including “Sakin & Friends”, “Taucher”, “Ayla”, “Suspicious”, “NUKE”, “Diver & Ace”, “Red Light District”, and “York”. Torsten and ATB previously worked together on the hit single “Fields of Love” back in 1999.

Au/Ra is a rising star in the music industry, with over one billion streams to her name. Her distinctive style of dark electronic pop has earned her collaborations with Alan Walker, Jax Jones, Alok, R3HAB & Afrojack, and Cheat Codes, as well as music contributions to the record-breaking game Death Stranding.

‘Highs and Lows’ is now available on Astralwerks Records.

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