Alan Walker, Dash Berlin, and Vikkstar Collaborate on “Better Off (Alone Pt. III)”: Listen
Multi-platinum artist Alan Walker joins forces with iconic group Dash Berlin and British gaming sensation Vikkstar to release a new uplifting track titled “Better Off (Alone Pt. III),” available now via MER Recordings.
In a surprising fusion of creative forces, Norwegian superstar Alan Walker collaborates with veteran producers Dash Berlin and British gaming phenomenon Vikkstar on a brand new hit track. This talented trio breathes new life into one of the 90s’ most iconic dance tracks, “Better Off (Alone Pt. III).” The song retains the original’s catchy vocals, with a focus on the phrase “I think you better come along.”
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The track seamlessly blends progressive melodies and euphonious basslines with classic Eurodance beats, creating a unique fusion of past and present. “Better Off (Alone Pt. III)” also marks the third installment in Alan Walker’s enigmatic Alone series, which began in 2016 with the title track “Alone” and continued with 2019’s “Alone Pt. II” featuring Ava Max. This meaningful trilogy shares a common theme of positivity and unity, encouraging listeners to support and watch out for one another both on and off the dance floor. Content related to the series can be found under the hashtag #BetterComeAlong.
In this project, Alan Walker, known for nurturing young talent, mentored Vikkstar, a relative newcomer to music production, as part of his personal mission to uplift gifted artists and introduce their music to the world. The producers from Dash Berlin were inspired by Walker and Vikkstar and their early versions of “Better Off (Alone Pt. III),” prompting them to join the collaboration instantly.
Alan Walker comments, “We’ve reimagined a beloved 90s gem, infusing it with a contemporary twist that’s bound to resonate with fans old and new. This collaboration embodies the magic of music – a fusion of nostalgia and innovation.”
You can listen to this reimagined take on the iconic track by clicking the link below.