New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Beyond the Sun, the Canadian reared trio of brothers, premiered their latest release STOP on all major online retailers today. Mastered by Chris Gehringer (Harry Styles, Demi Lovato, Bleachers), STOP's in-your-face lyrics were fueled by recurring experiences the brothers were having when old acquaintances tried to stay in their lives.
"STOP is a letter to all the fake people in your life," says lead vocalist Colin Radu. "We were at this point in our lives that, for whatever reason, we were reconnecting with people we have nothing in common with anymore and forcing friendships. Just because you're still 'connected' on Facebook or Instagram doesn't mean you care about each other anymore."
Available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and Amazon, the single's artwork designed by David Drake
(The 1975), is just as attention grabbing as its upbeat pop melody. Influenced by the sounds of Michael Jackson, Bleachers, Ed Sheeran
and mansionz, STOP is the perfect summer song to blast with the windows down and while waving goodbye to all the haters.
About Beyond the Sun
Canadian bred band Beyond the Sun is paving their own path in a genre they coined as "shuffle." Made up of three tight-knit brothers, the group features (l-r) guitarist Phil, singer Colin and drummer Dalton Radu, who were reared just outside of Toronto, Ontario. It all started with plastic guitars and living room concerts for their parents at the ages of 6, 8 and 11. Little
did they know at the time that just over a decade later they would be hearing themselves on Sirius
XM radio and headlining a 7,000-person sold-out crowd at Puerto Rico's Wild Summer Festival. With traces of their influences - which include artists like Coldplay, LANY, Bruce Springsteen
and Florida Georgia Line
- threaded into each one of their songs, their sound is a progressive mix that is putting them on the heels of acts like Bleachers
and Walk the Moon. Acquiring more than 150,000 views on their debut music video and breaking through on the R&R and Music
Row Charts, Beyond the Sun has been profiled around the globe on outlets like Ryan Seacrest's AXS and the Digital
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