Catch Tomorrow

Album: Forget the World (2014)


  • This Progressive House track features the rugged rock star voice of Sting. Asked by MTV UK how the former Police frontman got involved on the cut, Afrojack replied. "Despite popular belief, I regularly listen to classic pop and rock songs and I'm a big fan of Sting's music. Electronic music really matches up with the right attitude, in my opinion."

    "My good friend Martin Kierszenbaum from Cherrytree Records heard the original demo of this song and suggested Sting," he continued. "Eventually he set up a meeting and Sting and I both hit it off musically, the result is what you can hear on the album."


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