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Eric Prydz reveals new 4-track Pryda EP

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Progressive fans woke this morning to the news that Eric Prydz will be releasing a brand new 4-track Pryda EP.

Prydz broke the news on Twitter and also revealed the artwork for the upcoming release which is expected to drop in the coming weeks.

His previous release under the alias was the single ‘Stay With Me’ last year and before that was the multi-track EP as Pryda which landed back in 2016 (time flies!).

Last month (April), Prydz shared visuals from his forthcoming HOLO live tour. That came after the Swedish star revealed he will be returning to Hï Ibiza this year for the European summer.

Stay tuned for more information!

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