So Far Away (Martin Garrix and David Guetta song)

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"So Far Away"
Martin Garrix and David Guetta So Far Away.jpg
Single by Martin Garrix and David Guetta featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya
from the album 7
Released1 December 2017 (2017-12-01)
Genre Futurepop
Length3:03
Label Stmpd
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
  • Giorgio Tuinfort
  • Martin Garrix
  • David Guetta
Martin Garrix singles chronology
"Forever"
(2017)
"So Far Away"
(2017)
"Like I Do"
(2018)
David Guetta singles chronology
"Dirty Sexy Money"
(2017)
"So Far Away"
(2017)
"Helium"
(2018)
Jamie Scott singles chronology
"Searching"
(2005)
"So Far Away"
(2017)
Music video
"So Far Away" on YouTube

"So Far Away" is a song by Dutch music producer Martin Garrix and French music producer David Guetta, featuring guest vocals from British singer Jamie Scott and Dutch singer Romy Dya. Released on 1 December 2017 via Stmpd Rcrds, it was written by Scott, Poo Bear, Garrix, Guetta and Giorgio Tuinfort, with production handled by the latter three. The song serves as a bonus track from Guetta's seventh studio album 7 . The song was premiered during Garrix's performance at Tomorrowland 2017.

Contents

Background

On 30 July 2017, Garrix invited Guetta on stage to perform the song for the first time, during his mainstage appearance at Tomorrowland 2017. This original version featured female vocals provided by English singer Ellie Goulding. [1] [2] On 21 August, Garrix brought Guetta on stage to play the song once again, during a performance in Ibiza. [3] A short footage captured by someone in the booth surfaced on Instagram. [4] [5] Prior to the performance, Garrix spoke to Capital about the song, calling it a "radio-friendly song" that will be released soon. [6] Garrix posted short studio teasers of the song via Instagram Stories on 19 November, suggesting that it would be released soon. [7] [8]

On 22 November, Garrix revealed that Goulding was no longer featured on the song, when replying to an Ellie Goulding fan account on Twitter, who commented on Garrix's teasers. [9] Goulding admitted in a series of tweets that her management and label were displeased because Garrix played the song at Tomorrowland before she had even heard the final product, leading to her vocals being cut from the track, but she emphasized that she was not behind the decision. [10] [11] She wrote that Garrix's statement "she didn't want to release it" is "completely untrue and unfair". [12] [13]

Garrix confirmed on 26 November that "So Far Away" and the Area21 track "Glad You Came" would be released on the same day, when replying to a fan who tweeted him asking which one comes out first. [14] [15] On 29 November, Garrix released an official teaser on social media, revealing the song's release date and featured artists, Jamie Scott and Romy Dya, the latter of which sang on the demo version of the track. [16]

Critical reception

Kat Bein of Billboard called the song "a beautiful, future-pop ballad". He praised Dya for providing a "vulnerable and powerful" performance. [17] Matthew Meadow of Your EDM also wrote that Dya did a "phenomenal job" with Scott, giving listeners goosebumps. He criticized the drop for its lack of originality, calling it "Scared to Be Lonely v2". [18] Erik of EDM Sauce gave a similar review, writing: "The song will most likely not see the same level of success without [Ellie Goulding] as it is nothing absolutely outstandingly original." He also wrote that the song "has heaps of mainstream appeal" and "is exactly what the radio audiences in America currently look for in a release". [19]

Music video

The accompanying music video was directed and produced by Damian Karsznia. The storyline features a young couple who were once in love and are currently struggling with the end of their relationship. [20]

As of August 2020, the video has received over 221 million views. [21]

Track listing

Digital download
No.TitleLength
1."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya)3:03
Digital download – remixes vol. 1 [22]
No.TitleLength
1."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya) (Blinders remix)3:16
2."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya) (Nicky Romero remix)5:42
3."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya) (BLR remix)3:03
4."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya) (TV Noise remix)3:00
5."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya) (CLiQ remix)3:33
6."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya) (CLiQ dubstep remix)5:44
Digital download – remixes vol. 2 [23]
No.TitleLength
1."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya) (CMC$ remix)2:46
2."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya) (Codes remix)4:01
3."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya) (Curbi remix)3:29
4."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya) (Bad Decisions remix)4:06
5."So Far Away" (featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya) (Osrin remix)3:20

Credits and personnel

Credits adapted from Tidal. [24]

Charts

Certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA) [64] Gold35,000Double-dagger-14-plain.png
Austria (IFPI Austria) [65] Gold15,000Double-dagger-14-plain.png
Belgium (BEA) [66] Gold15,000*
Canada (Music Canada) [67] Gold40,000Double-dagger-14-plain.png
France (SNEP) [68] Gold66,666Double-dagger-14-plain.png
Italy (FIMI) [69] Gold25,000Double-dagger-14-plain.png
United States (RIAA) [70] Gold500,000Double-dagger-14-plain.png

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
Double-dagger-14-plain.png Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

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