Marsh – All Night Long (Icarus Remix)

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UK duo Icarus rework ‘All Night Long’ one of the highlight singles from Marsh’s third album ‘Endless’.

With over six million streams across DSPs, 15’000 album tour tickets sold and a sold-out show at London’s iconic Electric Brixton, Marsh and his third artist album ‘Endless’ are becoming a staple in the international dance music scene.

Premiered by Marsh on his DJ Mag live stream back in April, Icarus’ remix of All Night Long takes the original deeper into the underground scene.

Icarus’ Remix of ‘All Night Long’ is out May 9th on Anjuandeep. ‘Endless – The Remixes Part 01’ will follow on May 16th.

Release date: 9th May 2023

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