Rising electronic pop artist, Born Stranger, has taken time out of writing new music to bring back a forgotten ’90s classic, with his cover of The Beloved‘s ‘Sweet Harmony’ available now via Radikal Records.
“’Sweet Harmony’ is one of those ‘90s classics that everyone has heard before, but for the most part, forgotten about,” says the artist, aka Maddox-Jones. “I was listening to the track last year and thought it needed to be heard by this generation. It’s a song about putting your differences aside and looking at the big picture. I think the message of unity is relevant more than ever right now.”
Produced by Harry Tarlton and mixed by Yoad Nevo (Sia, Pet Shop Boys, Goldfrapp), Born Stranger’s updated spin on the track sits well alongside artists such as Daft Punk, Maroon 5 and The Weeknd. Powered by its bright guitars, synths and soulful vocals, Born Stranger has crafted another infectious pop groove.
Initially a duo, Born Stranger is now purely defined by Maddox-Jones, who takes the reigns solo. Drawing inspiration from pop heavyweights across the musical spectrum, Maddox has a firm grasp on what makes a song spectacular, as he continues to push musical boundaries with his refined vision of pop and dance music.
‘Sweet Harmony’ is out now via Radikal Records.