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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Holiday, a carefree song by Rags And Riches that inspires optimism about living life to the fullest, is the ultimate weekend party song.
Rags And Riches
As the adrenaline-fueled American alt-pop band RAGS AND RICHES, brothers Tanner and Peyton Whitt hope to inspire a new generation of dreamers. In 2019, the band from Lexington, Kentucky, put out their first single, “Speed of Sound,” which sparked a wildfire breakout with over a million streams on platforms.
In just three years, the two-man band has performed over 200 shows in over 40 states, reached the top 200 on the NACC college radio charts, won two Lexington Music Awards for “Pop Artist of the Year” and “Song of the Year,” and amassed impressive numbers of over 4 million streams and 1.5 million video views.
They released their debut album, Always Gold, in 2022. It is evident that these determined brothers are ascending to the top with their current explosive success.
Their most recent single, “holiday,” is a big start to 2023. is the ideal upbeat track to include in your party playlists. seeing the duo move toward a pop sound that is more commonplace, “holiday.” is reminiscent of Glass Animals and Foster the People.
Tanner explained that it came from a place of feeling burned out on the schedule they were living. They had a “get me out of this way of life” mentality because they had been following the same schedule for several years.
Tanner continued that Peyton produced the beat, and then they called their good friend DeMarko Murphy in to help with writing this one. He is oozing attitude and bursting with energy and they believe that they nailed the carefree/get me out of this “normal” way of life together.
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