Leah Rye – The Observer

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Rising Dutch starlet Leah Rye is back today with a punchy new single, entitled ‘The Observer’.

As the second release to be lifted from the artist’s upcoming ‘Symbiosis’ album (out this October), the song showcases a sonically confident style of alternative pop that is both bold and anthemic.

Alongside its impressive production, Rye’s powerful vocals add an extra layer of intensity – to make the song immediately arresting from the moment you press play.

“Do you ever feel you’re a guest in your own life? Too many choices, too many expectations to live up to.”

‘The Observer’ follows on from Rye’s ‘Growing Into Me’ (listen here), which was also lyrically inspired by the artist’s innermost thoughts and feelings.

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Leah Rye Club Tour 2023

New Music: Leah Rye

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Hailing from the Netherlands is promising new pop artist Leah Rye. Today is a special day for this talent, as she is releasing a new single that coincides with her birthday.

Aptly titled ‘Growing Into Me’, the track is taken from Rye’s forthcoming debut album, and is inspired by her journey of personal growth and self-discovery.

“It’s a song about development into womanhood, slowly getting to know yourself better and growing into your own skin. To me, this song means the body of my upcoming album, and the body of myself as an artist and person.”

Accompanying the theme for the song’s concept, its music video features shots from Rye’s fourth birthday in 2000.

Starting today (13th April), Leah will be playing some live shows in Amsterdam – more information can be found here.

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