New music: Sam Wilder, RAGS AND RICHES and Brother Valiant

Sam Wilder – Vanity

A sincere contemporary pop ballad has been released by Atlanta-born singer songwriter Sam. A soothing, dreamy and chilling new single that showcases Sam’s beautiful voice and talent for stripped back and outstanding soundscapes. The young poet has spent most of his life writing and it shows in his determined and elaborate sound that would have been the perfect sound for the emotional scenes of a musical. ‘Vanity’, as most of his music, talks about the struggles of life and allows the listener to resonate with his songs in their own way.

RAGS AND RICHES – CROSSFIRE

Kentucky brothers RAGS AND RICHES know how to build compositions and infectious pop rock anthems a la ‘We Will Rock You’. ‘CROSSFIRE’ is meant to be a mantra for staying mentally strong battles and anxieties. Their sound is powerful, loud and thumping and hard to walk away from. ‘CROSSFIRE’ resembles bits and pieces of Twenty One Pilots amplified by the adrenaline and the result of the journey the band embarked on to find their own sound. RAGS AND RICHES started their journey in 2017 and have since amassed over 750,000 Spotify streams, over 500,000 YouTube views and their single ‘Arrival’ is the official track for Target’s YouTube advert!

Brother Valiant – Lady Daisy

A new alternative folk artist has risen and just released his single ‘Lady Daisy’. New York indie artist Brother Valiant shares a track filled with wistful acoustic guitar lines, warm and echoing vocals and infectious melodies. Brother Valiant is also known as singer songwriter Alex Amsterdam who started releasing in music at the start of 2013, ‘Lady Daisy’ is his triumphant return after three years of silence. The single talks about misadventures that can come with emotional extremes, translated in a grand and festive sounding, smoothly built up indie folk track!

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