Back with a pounding click-clap beat and dark basslines is singer Reyn Hartley with “Bow”. Debuting slowly husky vocals against a backdrop of melodic guitars and echoing vocals, Hartley creates a captivating soundscape filled with bad bitch energy and elements of rap.
Speaking on the single, Hartley said, “I didn’t know what to call it genre-wise when I wrote it but I loved how it made me feel. And within about an hour of starting production we knew it was special. We tracked everything live, brought in the upright bass, took days recording the vocals, background vocals, violins, snaps, claps, and by the end we had created something I truly loved.”
Hartley’s latest single is a snippet of what is to come from his forthcoming debut album Georgia. Named after the daughter of one of the most notorious drug lords in American (and international) history, for the privacy of all involved Hartley created the name “Georgia” as a pseudonym. The two met in Texas while attending school before dropping out and have spent what Hartley describes as an intense and toxic five years together. For legal reasons, Hartley is not inclined to name or state details regarding the specific events unfolding in his personal life and those involved. While the singer has had a rapid rise in the music game over the years, we’re excited to see what his debut album entails.
Check out the new tune below…