John Summit & Sub Focus Team Up On ‘Go Back’

John Summit and Sub Focus are among the top names today in the house and drum & bass genres respectively and they have unleashed an awesome track, ‘Go Back’, on May 15. This track also has Julia Church providing the vocal support and it blends top-notch, high-quality melodies of house and drum & bass altogether. ‘Go Back’ utilizes John Summit’s talents in house music production while the second half has that powerful DnB kick that made Sub Focus a household name in the genre, particularly the rhythmic builds and drop that made the track a must-hear for the weekend.

The two artists debuted their collaborative track back at an event at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, which also featured Dimension, Culture Shock, and 1991 as the headliners, when Sub Focus brought out John Summit on stage. John Summit and Sub Focus debuting ‘Go Back’ at that event got the crowds dancing right from the start. Additionally, the track’s debut proved it will become a hit that fans will never cease to stop playing repeatedly. Click ‘Play’ on the Spotify link of the track below, which will become a huge fusion banger in the forthcoming summer.

John Summit explains his love of DnB and how he combined his house sound on the collaborative ‘Go Back’ alongside Sub Focus and Julia Church:

“I’ve always loved drum and bass and knew I wanted to combine my sound with it somehow. As a fan of Sub Focus and his use of combining strong vocals with infectious melodies, similarly to my style, I knew there was potential. Being able to come together and truly combine our two styles worked out even better than we both anticipated. Seeing the crowds’ reactions to our production + Julia Church’s incredible vocals has been unreal!”

-John Summit

Sub Focus brings out details of how the production of ‘Go Back’ came into fruition:

“I’ve always thought mine and John’s styles were quite similar but we lived in different genres so I was excited to get the chance to work together when he was over here on tour. We came up with the idea of speeding up the tempo in the middle of the song between House and Drum n Bass inspired by a drum and bass remix of Lil Louis – French Kiss that I used to love back in the day. It’s been amazing to see crowds from around the world respond to the song and the energy uplift that this tempo change creates.”

-Sub Focus