Sean Bradford is back with “Kiss You Sober” which was released yesterday in collaboration with Claremont. This is one deep house track that you need to hear right now.
He grew up in Texas and nearly didn’t go down the music career path – thankfully he did because this song is a new favourite of ours. In 2016, he went viral with a deep house remix of Adele’s “Hello”, that also got international airplay and a release on Capitol France. Also, last year, he was a curator, performer, and DJ for the Corona Sunset Sessions in Sweden.
He released his debut self-titled EP in 2014. It was crowd-funded and managed to hit number three on the iTunes dance charts in Sweden. His single “44th and 8th” is his second most streamed song on Spotify, following from “Hello”, with just over one million streams; “Hello” has almost 2.5 million streams.
Listen To Sean Bradford & Claremont’s “Kiss You Sober” Single Here:
The song gives a unique twist to deep house. Sean Bradford certainly has his own stamp within this genre, creating surprising waves that will certainly help him to make his mark on the music industry.
His voice adds all the emotion needed for the song; whilst gifting us with a dance-ready sound that is bound to light up dance floors soon. His soulful vocals bring a unique twist to the sound and allowing the track to be one you can’t get out of your head.
This isn’t the first time Sean Bradford has teamed up with Claremont. They previously released “Do You Feel” earlier in the year.