Bring It On


  • This stand alone single adds an additional electronic element to the trademark Trapt rock sound. "We really wanted to go somewhere different. That really was the point," frontman Chris Taylor Brown told Alternative Addiction: "The electronic aspect of music is obviously growing I've definitely dabbled in it a lot and it's gotten to the point that I'm somewhat okay at it. I thought that I would throw some of that on "Bring It' and it was fun. It was a good Rock song to begin with and to add that production element was cool. We've had programming since the beginning; we had a bunch of that stuff on the first record. But I'm a big fan of Dubstep, Flux Pavillion and a bunch of bands like that and I wanted to see how I could incorporate some of that into Trapt's music."


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