Reevah Shares new single ‘Weight of the world’

Weight of the world’ 

Please find the stream link here: https://sptfy.com/92nF

 

Derry based Indie-folk artist Reevah is pleased to share her new, powerful single, Weight of the world

Tipped as ‘Hot for 2020’ by Hotpress Magazine, Reevah is already in the midst of her busiest year yet. Her next single ‘Weight of the World’ was released today (Friday 28th February), the second track taken from ‘A Different Light’ EP, due for release on April 24th 2020.

Speaking about the track Reevah says “Weight of the World is a stream of conscious thought. The track eludes to struggle and the human condition. How we can all carry the Weight of the World but not let it be known to those around us.

“The message within the song is a serious and important one. When I write music it often comes from real life situations and is heartfelt. It’s important for me that the listener can relate to my music and lyrics on a human level.”

“Whilst writing the track I had thoughts and images of Opheilia, the juxtaposition of the rapid yet flowing nature of the track. Oscillating sounds and imagery, the visual aspect of the track and everything that comes with it was just as important to me as the track itself. It had to be captured in the right way.”

Reevah’s music is immersive and reflective allowing the listener a chance to escape the speed of life. But it’s her voice, pure, understated and fearless, that stays in the heart and the mind long after the music is over.

Live Dates 

International Women’s Day event, Sandinos, Derry- Saturday 7th March

Crowbar, The Button Factory, Dublin- Thursday March 12th  

Accidental Theatre, Belfast – Friday March 13th (Supporting Vokxen)

  

  

More information can be found here:

https://www.facebook.com/reevahmusic/

https://twitter.com/reevahofficial

https://www.instagram.com/reevahofficial/

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