THE DRIVER ERA

THE MUSIC PROJECT FROM ROSS AND ROCKY LYNCH

RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘TAKE ME AWAY’

 

The Driver Era has once again managed to transcend genres without losing key elements of their music that makes them so unique.
– FAULT MAGAZINE

The Driver Era offers dreamy escape, even just momentarily with new release “Take Me Away,” out everywhere today via BMG Recordings. Listen HERE.

Known for genre-bending preferences and a diverse style, brothers Ross and Rocky Lynch take us away on their new single with floaty, electro-pop synths alternated with laid-back beats, keys and electric guitar reminiscent of a West Coast summer. Languid vocals and long instrumental verses make this track perfect for uncertain times– an enticing escape into both the past and a future just beyond reach.

The song is among the duo’s new tracks for their project Cache that will continue to release for the remainder of this year. It follows the band’s duo tracks “OMG Plz Don’t Come Around” and “flashdrive” released in spring 2020, following the postponement of their world tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Driver Era World Tour has been postponed with dates leading into summer of next year. Stay up to date on tour information and updates by following the band on social media.

Since their debut in 2018 with their hit single “Preacher Man,” the brothers have self written and produced every track they’ve released, including tracks from their 2019 album X – the anthemic “Feel You Now”, the live-show crowd favorite “Scared of Heights” and their alt-radio hit “Low”. In late 2019, the guys unveiled a double release, “A Kiss” and “Forever Always,” despite being apart while Ross was in Vancouver filming Parts 3 & 4 of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. The turbo-charged “A Kiss” grasped the attention of BBC Radio 1, with spins by DJ’s Annie Mack, Mollie & Matt, and Jack Saunders. “A Kiss” currently sits at almost 10 million streams.

Shot in L.A.’s Peppermint Club, the duo packs the house for a visually engrossing, neon-tinged performance that matches the song’s irresistible melody and mesmerizing hooks.” – Billboard

The Driver Era- by MK Sadler

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