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David Baron – The Steps

David Baron’s work has sold millions. As a producer, arranger, performer, orchestrator and engineer his credits include Mercury Music Prize 2016 shortlisted ‘The Bride’ by Bat For Lashes which he provided synths, programming, mixing and producer, arranger, performer, orchestrator and engineer his credits include Mercury Music Prize 2016 shortlisted ‘The Bride’ by Bat For Lashes which he provided synths, programming, mixing and production. He mixed Worldwide Awards winner Melanie De Biasio, worked extensively with The Lumineers, string arrangements for Shawn Mendes, Lenny Kravitz and Michael Jackson. He produced and co-wrote albums for Peter Murphy and fellow Woodstock artist Simone Felice. On Meghan Trainor’s ‘All About That Bass’, one of the biggest selling singles ever, he played piano, organ and baritone sax. He’s also reworked Smokey Robinson for the Motown Remix album!
“The Steps” is the first in a series of releases for Here & Now Records and features singer Simi Stone. The track is a ethereal, cinematic soundscape that floats lightly over you, seeping into your mind and soul. “The Steps was inspired by a fantasy. The mysterious feeling of walking on ancient steps – ascending towards the sky. Simi’s voice represents the yearning from the cold blue sky as you get higher.”
Definitely the perfect track for those mellow moments and we look forward to hearing what else Baron has in store. Out now on Here & Now Records.

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  1. David Beal on said:

    excellent!

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