Martin Garrix, Dean Lewis release heartbreaking “Used to Love”

A club-ready break-up anthem.

Dutch DJ Martin Garrix has linked up with Australian singer Dean Lewis on a new collab titled “Used to Love.”

The future bass-tinged track arrived alongside a dramatic video. In the visual, the duo perform the break-up anthem in front of a giant screen, which pulsates along to the beat. “But you will never be left behind / Give me a moment, I need just a little more time / If I could, I would have made things right / But we can’t go back to the way that we used to love,” Lewis sings. The visual also features a loose storyline of lovers finding their way back to each other.

“We spent about a week together locked behind closed doors in Amsterdam working on a song, which thought might end up be sung by someone else,” Lewis said in a press statement. “But as the track progressed is started to sound a lot like me, but also very Martin.”

“Used to Love” is the latest release from Garrix, following the Bonn-assisted “Home,” “These Are the Times” with JRM and “Summer Days,” featuring Macklemore and Patrick Stump.

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