Bronwyn Releases Steady A Jon Moon Remix

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Bronwyn Releases Steady A Jon Moon Remix
Bronwyn Releases Steady A Jon Moon Remix

Almost 4 months after the release of Bronwyn’s most recent single “Steady” Yutman Records is releasing a Reggae remix of the song.

Jon Moon originally wrote the guitar melody with the intention of recording a poppy Reggae riddim. But when Bronwyn heard the layout she wrote some lyrics and a melody and the two decided to make it one of her songs. Nevertheless, Jon Moon never completely forgot about the Reggae version and entirely re-recorded the instrumental – apart from the lead guitar.

Banner FB - Bronwyn - Steady (Jon Moon Remix)
Banner FB – Bronwyn – Steady (Jon Moon Remix)

The only thing remaining in the new remix is this original guitar melody and Bronwyn’s soothing voice and enchanting melodies. Together with the warm trom-bones and dubby delays, the new song is a beautiful blend of the two artist’s musical homes: Bronwyn’s melancholic pop and Jon Moon’s Roots-Reggae. The song will be released digitally by Yutman Records on November 4th and will be available on all online platforms and Bandcamp.

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