Up and coming home duo Sutton Place is made up of buddies Dana and Nick, whose origin dates again to their highschool days the place Dana taught Nick how one can DJ. Their ardour for music and manufacturing continued all through school, the place they ultimately rekindled their friendship throughout the pandemic. Upon numerous cellphone calls and demos despatched backwards and forwards, they determined to satisfy up in Phoenix (the place Dana presently lives) to get some studio time.
The extra they created collectively, the extra they realized it was time to hitch forces and type a home duo. Thus, Sutton Place was born. Being Chicago born and raised, the identify “Sutton Place” got here from a dwelling neighborhood within the metropolis. Nick explains “this concept of neighborhood matched their imaginative and prescient for our model and the way we need to deliver folks collectively by way of our music. Our attraction to euphoric vocals and melodies has at all times come pure to us, however we’ve got at all times been enticed by driving bass traces and smacking drums. Whenever you marry these components, you get a Sutton Place tune.”
Now, the boys are again with a scorching new single titled “The Prince of Broadway” that really stands aside in so some ways. Pushed by a thundering home beat, Sutton Place masterfully weave in an industrial sounding vocal pattern and chord stabs, harking back to early Daft Punk and Justice, right into a excessive octane anthem able to mild up the membership circuit.
“The Prince of Broadway” was impressed throughout one in every of our weekly writing classes on zoom. We had been discussing pushing the envelope to be distinctive and had been impressed by the present wave of tech home tracks to make one thing that might thrive in a membership. Following our name we each went our separate methods to try to deliver this concept to fruition and had been in a position to with an old-fashioned twist. The simplicity of the bass, stab, and vocal helped push the observe and produce a sense as should you “owned the block” or as we name it “The Prince of Broadway”. – Sutton Place
It’s clear to see these two have a shiny future forward of them and we can’t wait to listen to extra from them. Hear under!