Brisco Drops Explosive Bootleg Of Josh Charm’s “Too Close For Comfort”

Having gathered more than 120k streams with 6 original tracks as well as an edit for legendary producer Hardwell, Brisco is undoubtedly within the most successful year of his career. The Swiss producer’s latest progressive house anthem “We’re Alive” with Arsen and STVNS was supported by Revealed label-head Hardwell himself, as well as Yves V and many more. Now, he has returned with a Bootleg version of Josh Charm’s hit “Too Close For Comfort”, one of his most exciting tracks to date. 

The deep house/pop original was released via Martin Garrix’s Stmpd Rcrds last year, and with his redo Brisco tastefully breathes new life into the tune. In order to turn it into a progressive house smash, Brisco utilizes exciting buildups that lead to anthemic drops, all laced with exciting atmospheres and delightful melodies. 




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