After a thrilling debut with his last single “Stolen Love,” Bradley Denniston is back with a new single titled “15 Minutes To Midnight,” which was released on July 9. The song is about longing for a crush and hoping they finally give you a chance before the end of the night. “Those close encounters where you want to tell them how you really feel about them and the moment is so close, but also that window of opportunity is slipping away fast,” says Denniston. There is a sense of carefree, almost teenager-like energy in the single as it embraces the tangible chemistry between two people. “15 Minutes To Midnight” is an exciting contrast to “Stolen Love” as it replaces Denniston’s smoother elements with a more raw, hair-raising experience. Both, however, fit together perfectly to demonstrate the artist’s complementing diversity.
Denniston is also a platinum-selling music producer, singer, engineer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist out of Los Angeles California working on and for blockbuster movies, Netflix originals, and major mainstream artists that include The Lonely Island, Gotye, Tegan and Sara, and G-Eazy. His production and creative skills shine through in “15 Minutes To Midnight” with its bold alternative rock sound paired with an underlying synth-pop essence. The single is sure to be a favourite of fans from many genres and further prove Denniston’s solid future as a solo artist.
Working as the head engineer, composer, and music producer for Mark Mothersbaugh at Mutato Muzika for 5 years, Bradley worked on Academy Award-Winning projects and Grammy, Oscar and Emmy Award-nominated films, TV and commercials. Bradley continues to work on major motion picture releases, television series, and albums with recording artists under his own company, Radium Records. Bradley has most recently produced and composed original music for the Netflix original series: Cannon Busters from Boondock’s producer, LeSean Thomas and Abstract: The Art of Design. “15 Minutes To Midnight”’ is his second single release as a recording artist following his first single, “Stolen Love.”