Years’ alleged collaboration with Axwell, ‘Bliss’ is out now after 7 years

years press pic

After 7 years of silence, mystery confirmation, and denials, Years’s Bliss is finally out as self-release; yes, you’ve read right, there’s no Axwell involved in the record.

Bliss is one of those progressive house IDs that has literally made the history of the genre, without being publically released. Axwell /\ Ingrosso were the first to play the song basically everywhere. After two years of continuous playing live but no official release date, fans got so mad that Amy Thomson, Axwell /\ Ingrosso’s manager at the time, had to answer with “It’s never coming out. It’s a live track.” destroying every fans’ hope.

In 2020, Years announced the wait was almost over and the track was ready to be released very soon, before the end of the year. Unfortunately, 2020 passed, and with it 2021 as well with no Bliss. Now, on the 23rd of March 2022, we can now confirm that Years Bliss, the alleged collaboration with Axwell, will be released this Friday, the 25th of March 2022, is out now on Spotify. According to Spotify’s credit, Bliss is performed and written by Lars Aar, aka Years.

We were used to hearing the track with the Under Control acapella on it, which is obviously not on the final version. The track is the same version played back at Ultra Music Festival Miami in 2015 by Axwell /\ Ingrosso. The same progressive melody, the same vibes, and the same spectacular song.

The official cover art is visible in the video below. Enjoy. Lots of love.

Years - Bliss