Harmonic complexity and grand choruses.
Following the release of their debut single "Lemon Drop," folk-pop trio Raynes are back with "Come My Way."
Referring to their sound as "expensive folk," the band describes the song: "There's something of an 'us against the world' quality to it, naive and young and probably foolish, but motivated by nothing but love." Pounding drums and flying strings carry the song along as it transports listeners to somewhere far away.
Come My Way
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The song is loud and braggadocios, and as police assault innocent protestors across the country, YG once again says what's exactly on our mind.
As protests swell across the country demanding an end to police brutality and justice for the murder of George Floyd, YG once again releases a protest song in line with the current political climate.
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