by Nero

Album: Welcome Reality (2011)
Charted: 8


  • London-based dubstep duo Nero consists of producers Dan Stephens and Joe Ray. Their third single again features vocals from frequent collaborator Alana Watson. (She also sung on Nero's breakthrough single "Me and You.") It could be her frequent involvement is linked to the fact that she is Dan Stephens' girlfriend.
  • Time Out magazine asked Joe Ray what the pair are guilty about? He replied: "Oh, too much. It was just a nice contrast to 'Innocence,' which was the single before. We were considering going down the Seven Deadly Sins route, but we thought it was too cheesy."


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