London artist Elderbrook pushes the one of the top songs of 2015 into a soulful and seductive new direction, as he releases his cover of Justin Bieber’s smash hit “Sorry.”
Off Bieber’s chart-topping album Purpose, Elderbrook’s reimagining of “Sorry” turns the single on its head, creating a modern and edgy interpretation.
A multi-instrumentalist trained in guitar, bass, piano and drums, Elderbrook has honed his sound into an eclectic mixture of down-tempo, hip-hop, and electronic influences. Now signed to Black Butter, Elderbrook has crafted remixes for London Grammar, Amber Sun, and Biploar Sunshine, the latter of which premiered as part of Annie Mac’s Free Music Monday. In addition to releasing his debut EP Simmer Down this past year, the producer recently collaborated with German duo Andhim for “How Many Times,” which made it onto Mixmag’s Top 50 Tracks of 2015.
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