Penguin Prison Remixes Broke Royals Single, “As Long As I Can See”
Broke Royals release the synth fueled Penguin Prison (Passion Pit, Imagine Dragons, Sia) remix of their single, “As Long As I Can See”. The song pulses with a solar flair of neon vocals and pop-drenched keyboard leads that walk through a forest of sensory overload. It is off their upcoming self-titled album, due out November 17.
Penguin Prison makes “As Long As I Can See” a dance anthem in a style consistent with his other elite remixes. Fusing rock, pop, and electronic music is a staple that he puts in glistening overdrive. The ebb and flow clings to the tempo and flairs with adrenaline. The lush harmonies and driving beats create a soundscape that eases into the bloodstream and flows into each pulsing neuron. Penguin Prison builds a disco anthem that will keep heads bobbing and foots tapping long into the infant hours of the morning.
About Broke Royals
Over the past six months, DC electro pop band Broke Royals have been praised by Billboard for their "sing-along, arena-ready sound," named an Artist On The Rise by Southwest Airlines, and called one of the best live bands in DC by CBS. Colin Cross and Philip Basnight met while working on a music programming board at the College of William and Mary. Before forming, they had played with such bands as The Mountain Goats, Cobra Starship, and We the Kings. Their debut self-titled album is due out this November.