Timeless Reverie: Immersing in the Surreal Tapestry of Rye Catchers' 'Creeping On Me'
The Valiant Horizon music label announces the debut release of Milwaukee-based Rye Catchers. In Rye Catchers, songwriter/producer David McClintick Roberts takes the lead. Bringing you exciting music across multiple genres and talented musicians, Rye Catchers brings you music from all over the world. With the debut release, the group is quickly making a name for themselves in the music industry. Check out Rye Catchers and be sure to keep an eye out for more great music from Valiant Horizon. Get ready to experience the sound of Rye Catchers! Navigating through everything from daring progressive territory to upfront high energy, Valient Horizon has a mission to deliver quality top-notch releases in electronica and pop and rock for the worldwide music community.
With cool chords and breezy, yet meaningful lyrics, Rye Catchers crafts are enjoyable to listen to with their own unique sound and brand. 'Creeping on Me', released on 7th July, is the first release of a full and upcoming LP by Milwaukee-based Rye Catchers.
A hard-pop track featuring Nikki Simons' soothing vocals, 'Creeping On Me' is laced with cool pedal point bass lines by the legendary Tim Lefebvre (David Bowie, Black Crowes, KNOWER), creating a Madonna-like vibe in the verses while catchy choruses build to a rock-driven bridge before finishing with an epic outro. The full-on production of this track makes it an exciting and dynamic listen, perfect for radio play. The interplay between the guitars and bass in the bridge section is especially noteworthy, adding depth and complexity to the song. Overall, this track is a great example of modern pop-rock. It's a pithy alternative with drum-guided grooves. This pop/rock tune evokes Rockwell's 1984 song 'Somebody's Watching Me'. Paranoia has never been so fun. The track keeps up its infectious energy throughout and is sure to be a hit among pop-rock lovers and newcomers alike. The production and arrangement make it an ideal choice for radio play and the catchy chorus will stay stuck in your head long after the song has ended.
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