Bryan Kearney Releases “All Over Again” ft. Plumb on Subculture

by | Jul 4, 2017 | Music, News | 0 comments

It’s not too late in the 2017 festival season for an artist to drop this year’s trance anthem, and Bryan Kearney‘s latest single has the all the right ingredients. The Irish DJ and producer enlisted American vocalist Plumb for “All Over Again,” which arrives by way of Subculture.

An exhilarating arpeggio gives way to soft plucks and warm chords in this 138 BPM soundscape. Plumb’s angelic vocal takes center stage at the breakdown, until a rapid-fire succession of kick drums brings the listener back up to another euphoric peak.

Kearney has undoubtedly benefited from the worldwide resurgence of classic trance in recent years, but Plumb A.K.A. Tiffany Arbuckle Lee has seen the career trajectory that an electronic music vocalist can only dream of. After a couple of Billboard #1 singles, she collaborated with Paul van Dyk on “I Don’t Deserve You” in 2011, which rendered her a highly sought-after singer in the trance world.

Bryan Kearney’s “All Over Again” ft. Plumb comes out on Subculture this Friday, July 7th. Later in the month, Kearney will resume his summer touring schedule with a performance at Euforia Festival in Boszkowo, Poland.

Source: The Trance Project

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