Armin van Buuren drops ‘Balance,’ his first album in four years

The hefty double-album features a bevy of collaborations.

Armin van Buuren has returned with an ambitious double-album titled Balance.

The Dutch DJ’s latest LP is a hefty 28 tracks long, with a runtime of just over 90 minutes. For the record, he linked up with producers such as Rudimental and Garibay, as well as singers Ne-Yo, Conrad Sewell and Bonnie McKee.

“‘Balance’ is a new chapter in my book of life,” van Buuren said in a press statement. “[The album is] the result of venturing into known and unknown territories while finding the balance in between.”

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Balance is van Buuren’s first full-length album since 2015’s Embrace. The record is also the follow-up to his April EP, Trilogy, which featured the song “The Last Dancer.” Earlier this year, the DJ dropped a remix of Van Halen’s “Jump.”

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