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Axel Boy returns to Circus Records with “Escapism”

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Axel Boy returns to Circus Records with “Escapism,” out now as a part of the continuing celebration of 10 years of the label. This follows his massive debut for the label, ‘Got To My Head’ which had spins on 12th Planet’s ‘Swamplex’, Ephwurd’s ‘Eph’d Up’ and Jauz’s ‘Bite This!’ Radio stations.

The support Axel Boy received from other producers in the industry is a compliment to his unique sound, from The Chainsmokers dropping one his tunes on the main stage of Ultra, to tracks in the pipeline with Jauz, and not to mention providing a remix for international YouTube phenomena Pink Guy on his track ‘Are You Serious’. Listen to the new track below!

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