Draper feat. PRIDES – Break Over You 


UK producer Draper (first name, James) has reunited with Glaswegian electro-giants PRIDES for his latest single Break Over You and the track reflects a self-admitted assertiveness to push himself to be more bold with his writing (“I’m at my most confident point creatively“).

Speaking of the new collaboration with PRIDES who last year released their debut studio album The Way Back Up (the parent album of The Seeds You Sow which Draper also remixed), the producer adds that the Scottish band “blessed this track with their vocals”.

“I think they nailed it. From the first time I heard their idea for [Break Over You], I knew this was going to be a big one,” he says and he’s not wrong.

With a ton of remixes for artists including Ellie Goulding, Philco Fiction, Iggy Azalea, Strange Talk and Izzy Buzu already under his belt, Draper is fast becoming one of the UK’s most prolific producers. Meanwhile PRIDES, who really deserved to get a lot more attention for their debut album and subsequent singles, give the number a suitably lavish, synth-glossed sheen, and a huge singalong chorus moment that’ll blow the roof off when it’s performed in front of a crowd.

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  1. […] PRIDES return today with their brand new single Rome and it’s a verified banger. The Glasgow band put out their first album, the scorching The Way Back Up, last year having unleashed a run of singles which showed a masterful knack for delivering arena roof-lifting, synth rock bangers. They were even at it a few months ago when they teamed up with Draper on his latest single Break Over You.  […]

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