Raleigh Ritchie - The Chased

Posted 2 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Sum Punk
Album:
Black and Blue Point Two EP

Back in January, we saw Jacob Anderson, the man behind Game of Thrones‘s Grey Worm, try a new persona on for size: namely, that of R&B singer Raleigh Ritchie. As evidenced by the positive reviews garnered by debut feature Stronger Than Ever, though, his vocal prowess was anything but an act. Today, the multitalented Londoner returns to wow Boothgoers yet again with The Chased, a standout off his newly-released EP with Odd Future duo The Internet. Here, Sum Punk‘s quirky, atmospheric synth boardwork accompanies the headliner as he urges the girl he loves to “hit the open road” with him. Aisling Loftus provides additional vocals. Fans who sign up for Ritchie’s newsletter via his official site will receive a free download of the Black and Blue Point Two EP, which features The Chased and much more.

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