In February 2016, the band went to London to record 2 singles with producer Brett Shaw (Florence and the Machine, Clean Bandit, Daughter. In that very same year, the band produced its second EP with Vasco Ramos, further refining the sound and attitude of the band. The work with internationally acclaimed professionals changed the mood and style of District 7, drifting away from the punk genre and embracing a more pop-oriented alternative sound with punk roots. The general mood of the songs became more mature and detached from hindering elements. What remains are driving guitars, exploding drums, an electrifying, fast-paced live-performance and a trio that is ready to take their sound to the stages of Europe and beyond.