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  • John Summit & Sub Focus Premiere New Song “Go Back” featuring Julia Church on BBC Radio 1

  • American DJ John Summit and Scottish DJ Sub Focus teamed up to premiere a new song “Go Back” on BBC Radio 1's New Music Show with Jack Saunders.

    The pair recruited London-based singer-songwriter Julia Church on the track.
    The track was written by Camden Cox, Eddie Jenkins, John Walter Schuster, Julia Church, and Nicolaas Douwma. Produced by John Summit, Sub Focus, and Eddie Jenkins.

    John Summit said, “I've always loved drum and bass and knew I wanted to combine my sound with it somehow. As a fan of Sub Focus and his use of combining strong vocals with infectious melodies, similarly to my style, I knew there was potential. Being able to come together and truly combine our two styles worked out even better than we both anticipated. Seeing the crowds' reactions to our production + Julia Church's incredible vocals has been unreal!”
  • Sub Focus said, “I've always thought mine and John's styles were quite similar but we lived in different genres so I was excited to get the chance to work together when he was over here on tour. We came up with the idea of speeding up the tempo in the middle of the song between House and Drum n Bass inspired by a drum and bass remix of Lil Louis – French Kiss that I used to love back in the day. It's been amazing to see crowds from around the world respond to the song and the energy uplift that this tempo change creates.”

  • John Summit told Jack Saunders about the song, “I mean, I've been a big fan of Nick's on focus for the longest time. I've always wanted to collab with him, honestly had no idea how I'd make it work. But I kind of had this idea going with Julia and I sent it to him. And I knew he was a fan of the vocal. And then I know you had like, inspiration from the past or something like this.”

    Sub Focus added, “So basically, I was like, thinking, would it be cool if we went from house tempo through to DnB tempo, like ramped up the tempo as a song went on. And it's like a technique that no one's really done in ages. So wanted to bring that back, and we weren't really sure if it would work. And then like John and me started playing it and the reaction was just crazy.”
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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