Bros Bros Release New Single “Red Light”

As the finish line of 2019 becomes clearer and clearer, the Belgian producer offers to take you for a groovy ride to ease you into one last spin. Always keen on carpooling with other talented acts from his home country to spread the love, Bros Bros chose this time the 20-year-old songstress Oforios as his co-pilot. At the crossroads of house and r&b, the song will give you enough fuel to carry on with your day and even maybe to reach the “love garage” to fix some issues… “Red Light is about a toxic relationship between two people claiming to love each other, Bros Bros reveals. What makes the relationship unhealthy is the fact that both of them are not respecting each other’s values and boundaries. Red Light is a symbol for crossing these lines. But there is always a possibility that things can work out when we choose to be patient and wait to drive past the green light.” Listen here

On cruise control this summer with a few edits of his favorite soul/r&b tracks, the artist is changing gear ahead of the release of his debut EP. Entitled The Journey, the project will be ready for test drive on October 17, 2019. It will include Red Light, as well as his previous singles Melodie, For My Money and No More, currently cumulating almost 300K streams on Spotify alone. Simultaneously, Bros Bros is exploring new avenues with his work, putting together a live set that will pimp his productions into special versions showcasing his skills as a multi-instrumentalist.

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