Nicky Romero & Stadiumx ft. Sam Martin ‘Love You Forever’

Protocol boss' Nicky Romero drops incredible progressive anthem with Stadiumx and Sam Martin on the vocal

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Jumping from a radio hit to a festival anthem, Nicky Romero has already shown several times his dynamicity as a music producer. His latest release Love You Forever was published a couple of weeks ago and it features the incredible vocal of Sam Martin. The tune is in collaboration with Hungarian duo Stadiumx who has a long story of success on Protocol.

Love You Forever is not a pure progressive tune; is more a crossover pop-dance record that definitely works also during the festival season. The song delivers a captivating blend of cinematic instrumentals and organic melodies that let Martin’s emotive vocal verses shine, building into a soft progressive drop that will have your heart soaring. Fans of the progressive house will be happy to hear Love You Forever almost everywhere this summer, from festivals to radio, thanks to its dynamic nature.

The newest single follows Nicky’s 2019 releases Midnight Sun with Florian Picasso, Ring The Alarm with David Guetta and Distance with Olivia Holt, to name a few. Protocol Recordings’ boss is currently on his Redefine World Tour spanning North America, Europe, Asia, so catch him in a city near you!

In the meantime, you can download your copy of Nicky Romero & Stadiumx ft. Sam Martin Love You Forever here.

Nicky Romero and Protocol have now released the official music video for the record. It centers on three different stories with the common thread of how small acts of kindness can truly change a life. From children easing the workload of their single mother to a jock learning how to knit for his elderly grandson to a young couple making a life together in their first starter apartment. The Love You Forever video explores deeply personal and moving stories of everyday people. You can check it in full below.

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