Nitepunk Triumphs Over His Previous Self In Explosive Single, "Steps On You (Peep My Style)"

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The Nitepunk of yesteryear is not any extra. 

That was the message Nitepunk, one in all EDM.com‘s greatest music producers of 2023, sought to ship earlier after releasing a gritty teaser trailer whereby he triumphs over his former self in an intense confrontation.

Nitepunk then dropped “Steps On You (Peep My Style)” shortly thereafter, and it is seemingly extra evident than ever that he is hellbent on pushing the boundaries of his recreation. A livid mix of lure and dubstep with tinctures of storage rock affect, Nitepunk’s newest will not be an entire reinvention of what followers have come to know and anticipate, however fairly an advanced type of his signature model.

Taking to social media, he mirrored on the trials and tribulations of his breakout 2023 whereas expressing optimism in regards to the chapter forward.

“Last year it all happened so fast, starting with the debut album, big heartbreak, and then insane touring schedule, releases piling up, just so much, me and my team were barely keeping it all together and at the end of the year i was beyond burnt out in every way,” Nitepunk shared. “We learned a lot from it and i actually took time to fix my life get myself to a better place, music and ideas started to flow more and now we’re here.”

Take a hearken to “Steps On You (Peep My Style)” under and discover the brand new single on streaming platforms right here.

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