News: Dawn & Prax Drop Captivating Single ‘When The Song Is Over’

Dawn & Prax, comprising Karim Benchekroun (24) and Hamza Ben Addou Idrissi (26), share the new single, ‘When The Song Is Over’. Emerging as a force to be reckoned with in the music industry, these Moroccan-born artists have achieved significant recognition, boasting releases on esteemed labels such as Selected, MrSuicideSheep, and Lowly, amassing over 5 million streams worldwide.

‘When The Song Is Over’ is a mesmerizing musical journey that transcends genre boundaries, inviting listeners to experience a fusion of electronic beats and poignant lyrical storytelling. This emotionally charged track delves into themes of self-love and personal growth, urging listeners to confront challenges rather than escape from them.

Showcasing their artistic evolution, Dawn & Prax demonstrate versatility and creativity as musicians with this single. It marks a pivotal moment in their career as they seamlessly incorporate elements of pop music, illustrating their commitment to evolving their sound.

In their own words, Dawn & Prax express the significance of “When The Song Is Over” in their artistic journey: “This track is deeply personal and introspective. It underscores the importance of self-love and addresses the tendency we all have to escape from our problems instead of confronting and growing from them. ‘When The Song Is Over’ also reflects our evolution as artists, as we embrace new dimensions of pop music.”

Having recently relocated to Los Angeles, Dawn & Prax are poised to propel their musical journey to even greater heights. This release reaffirms their commitment to creating meaningful music that resonates with listeners on a profound level. As they continue to make waves in the industry, Dawn & Prax invite music enthusiasts to join them on this exhilarating ride, promising more groundbreaking tracks on the horizon.

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