- Words Cleo Webster
Two musical artists from Brighton team up on an enthralling new track "Too Young".
Intertwining both of their musical abilities to create an enthralling genre-defying track, Howard Kaye and Sam Carter fuse their individual styles together on latest track “Too Young”. Sweeping back into the scene earlier this year, Howard Kaye, former member of electronic-R&B band CROOX has taken charge of not only his own personal life, but his musical career too as he focuses on developing his solo sound. Releasing his most recent solo song “Origins” prior to this collaborative release dedicated to the loss of his father, Howard teams up with Architects band member Sam Carter on their atmospheric new single “Too Young”.
Deriving from two completely different musical words, yet the same English town of Brighton these two musical artists have uniquely crafted the metalcore style of Carter combined with the R&B flair of Kaye on this track. Beginning with a soothing vocal which is supported by a spacey, atmospheric production by Howard that gradually builds into an explosive chorus, heightened by Sam’s compelling vocal. ‘Too Young’ had its first play on BBC Introducing Sussex. Howard says “’ Too Young’ for me sums up the feeling of living in the present without worrying what the future holds. The lyric “Singing songs that we’re too young to remember” is something we are all guilty of!” Living and producing music in an unfiltered manner, both artists have received a huge sum of accolades from major publications on this collaboration and their solo music, so keep an eye out because this is a track you wouldn’t want to miss on your playlist!