RIVAH, Flood Review
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RIVAH is a Brisbane, Australia based vocalist that is finding herself and her voice through music. Her voice pulls comparisons to the likes of MØ and SZA. RIVAH’s debut single “Untame” caught the ear of the music industry with her commanding voice and crafty lyrics. RIVAH is now releasing a single, “Flood,” an electro-pop styling, flowing with RIVAH’s strong vocal skills. The song is a bittersweet anthem that reflects on a time of feeling extreme loneliness, but with a twist as RIVAH flips the theme to an outside perspective with her unique lyric style. Wrote in New Zealand with Sam de Jong, the production is full, and the song form is dense. With her debut EP just around the corner, featuring noted producers Pip Norman (Jarryd James), Eric J (Chet Faker, Flume), JP Fung (Client Liaison) and Jesse Porches (Super Cruel), “Flood” is proving to be an ambitious pre-cursor to the full EP. That’s the short of it!
Release Date: November 1, 2018
Catchy melodies and a solid dance beat, all presented with RIVAH's beautiful singing.