Rising duo REUNIØN have recently embarked on an emphatic journey together. Since releasing music, REUNIØN has been the creative outlet for producers Eliot James and Jon Green who perfectly utilise the opportunity to embed their own vision onto a finely sculpted landscape of sound. This is no different with their brand-new single ‘Never Breaking Up’

Taking a leap from their recent sound ‘Never Breaking Up’ has all the beautiful harmonics that we’re used to from REUNIØN but with a more aspirational and dynamic taste. The track has you engrossed from the beginning and inspired by the ability of the duo to create a sense of fulfilment as the record moves throughout and allows listeners to feel every long-lasting emotion. 

Opening up about the lyrical context of the track, the duo had this to say. 

“’Never Breaking Up’ Is really about finding that someone, something that feels right. That feeling of an emotion and a place you didn’t know you were missing. Something you want to make work. That feeling of landing and of coming home. It’s about love and also about recognising what is important and what really matters”

REUNIØN carefully constructed ‘Never Breaking Up’ by truly letting the music do the talking. 

“We wanted this song to embody the beauty, the fireworks, the hope and the grandeur of those feelings- to do those feelings justice by jumping out the speakers a bit more with a bigger sound than before”, the duo continued to explain. 

REUNIØN is the creative outlet for Eliot James and Jon Green who both have notable credits to their names. Eliot having worked with Two Door Cinema Club, Noah & The Whale, Bloc Party and Jon noted for his work with James Bay, Kylie and Linkin Park

‘Never Breaking Up’ is the follow up to REUNIØN’s recent single ‘Over The Moon’ which saw the duo gain momentous praise from the likes of Rolling Stone Magazine, CLASH Magazine, Fame Magazine, Purple Melon and many more. The band had already received raving reviews by the likes of Atwood Magazine, Hot Press, Something You Said and Listen to Discover while their hit single ‘out in the wild’ has surpassed an impressive 490,000 streams on Spotify alone.