PREP Teams Up With Monsta X's Shownu & So!YoON! of Se So Neon on 'Don't Look Back': Exclusive


Groovy Londoners PREP have joined up with a Okay-pop star and a Korean indie artist for his or her new tune. “Don’t Look Back,” a jazzy R&B tune that overflows with lush synths, encompasses a verse from Monsta X’s Shownu and backing vocals and crisp guitar from Se So Neon’s So!YoON! It is the primary time PREP is working with both artist.

The woozy collaboration, written and produced by PREP, happened because of the act’s sizable fandom all through Asia, and Shownu himself sought out the band to work collectively. On it, the Okay-pop star's silky English tone counters singer Tom Havelock’s ruminating falsetto as they sing concerning the realization that you could be not be the one particular person in somebody’s life. According to Havelock, the luxurious, dreamy tune is about, “Jealousy. Looking for hidden meanings. The heavy pause after his identify will get talked about.”

“Don’t Look Back” precedes the discharge of PREP’s upcoming EP Line by Line, set to be launched on Nov. 9, only a day after the quartet kicks off a number of Asian performances in Shanghai on Nov. eight; they'll head to the U.S. for 3 dwell exhibits afterward. The upcoming album follows this summer season’s Cold Fire EP, which featured a title monitor that included Korean R&B singer DEAN.

PREP options co-writer and keyboard participant Llywelyn Ap Myrddin, a classical & opera composer, drummer Guillaume Jambel, who – as GIOM – has headlined Fabric and Privilege, Grammy nominee Dan Radclyffe and singer Tom Havelock.

Monsta X launched their new album Take 1. Are You There? fronted by the one "Shoot Out" on Monday (Oct. 22). Se So Neon lately carried out in NY and Toronto in September at Modern Sky Festival occasions. 

Take a take heed to the unique premier of “Don’t Look Back” and see PREP’s upcoming live performance dates beneath.  

PREP's upcoming dwell dates:

Nov. eight – Yu Yin Tang Livehouse, Shanghai
Nov. 9 – Dusk Dawn Club, Beijing
Nov. 10 – iMarket Bluesquare Hall, Seoul
Nov. 12 – Livehouse at The Pavilion, Singapore
Nov. 14 – Hard Rock Cafe, Jakarta
Nov. 16 – Hard Rock Cafe. Balo
Nov. 17 – Maho Rasop Festival, Bangkok
Nov. 19 – 19 East, Manila
Nov. 28 – Baby’s All Right, Brooklyn
Dec. 2 – Chop Shop, Chicago
Dec. three – Gold Diggers, Los Angeles