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Rye Catchers - Creeping on Me
Rye Catchers - Creeping on Me

Rye Catchers’ Creeping on Me is Flush with Retro Pop

Rye Catchers is the musical banner led by songwriter and music producer, David McClintick Roberts. Known for their vibrant and diverse soundscapes, the band dabbles in a variety of genres ranging from electronica and pop to rock and lofi ambient blends. For their latest track, Creeping on Me, Rye Catchers delve into the omnipresence of the internet and how it pervades into personal spheres. The track is dream pop for the most part, the theme fleshed out with everyday anecdotes, light-hearted narratives, and colorful synths. It has a marked retro pop flavor elevated with dramatic rock accents. Listeners of Avril Lavigne, Cyndi Lauper, and Cher are sure to enjoy the flamboyant vocals and sonic power of this track. 

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The track’s development is layered, with a new melody cycle introduced with each progression. It opens with pure analog synths casting patterns into the soundscapes. Faint riffs and electric melodies are gradually introduced to refine the rhythm. And the vocals pull it all together, its high notes and grandeur bringing the retro into the song. As we edge towards climax, we get to witness a stunning guitar play that launches the song into a stunning sonic orbit. Listen Now!

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The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

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