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GAWP & The Melody Men Join Forces With Brand New Single ‘Sun Comes Up’ On Heldeep

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Step into the rhythm of the night with ‘Sun Comes Up’ the vibrant Tech House sensation from British producer/DJ GAWP and dynamic duo, The Melody Men. 

Showcasing irresistible summer vocals that urge the listener to dance until dawn, this track sets the scene for endless nights of carefree celebration. Combining catchy melodies with succinct driving rhythms, ‘Sun Comes Up‘ captures the engaging spirit of summer, actively inviting audiences to lose themselves in the music until the break of day.

GAWP is no stranger to the revered Heldeep imprint. His previous releases include ‘Every Weekend’, ‘Moon’ and ‘Lost and Found‘. Outside of Heldeep Records, GAWP has released songs with leading imprints including 7Wallace (Aphrodisiac together with Gene Farris), Wh0 Worx, Toolroom and Sink or Swim. He has also performed across international main stages, headlining on multiple tours throughout the USA and UK as well as supporting Oliver Heldens (Heldeep Records label boss) on his USA tour back in 2019. 

The Melody Men are one of the most sought after current vocal and writing teams in the business following their work with Mark Knight, Martin Ikin, Mason, Ferreck Dawn, Reinier Zonneveld and many more. Their collaborations have seen them feature on global radio playlists, TV shows and also major ad campaigns.

“I loved making this track as we really geeked out in the studio, running the vocals in through the tubes and taking time to experiment with lots of drum machines and hardware. The final result is better than we expected! I feel like we bridged the underground and commercial appeal with the contrast from breakdown to drop and kept the original GAWP x Melody Men collaborative styles.” 

On ‘Sun Comes Up’, GAWP Says

“Sun Comes Up” has garnered significant praise from industry heavyweights Claptone, Black V Neck, and Don Diablo, receiving early promo support. The track has also sparked considerable radio interest, with BBC Introducing, Don Diablo on Hexagon Radio, Alok Radio Show, Mike Williams’ set for On Track, Fedde Le Grand on Darklight Sessions, and Oliver Heldens on Heldeep Radio giving it priority airtime. This advance industry support underscores the high calibre of this collaboration and sets the scene for the track to remain on regular rotation all summer long.

Available 26th April on Heldeep Records: https://orcd.co/hdabb083

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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