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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, indie, dream pop artist Ritho has just released his new sincerely personal single Fantasising, full of dreamy, ethereal soundscapes.
London based, indie, dream pop artist Ritho creates deeply introspective songs, full of honest lyrics about the regrets and mistakes that come from the everyday experiences of life in your early twenties. Ritho’s music has catchy pop melodies, with interesting production and bold instrumentation, and recurring themes of dissociation and daydreaming.
Originally from Nottingham, 23 year old Ritho is a multi instrumentalist inspired by Holly Humberstone’s heartfelt lyrics and Sam Fender’s raw vocal tone. He copes with the challenges of everyday life through his songwriting, finding solace in creativity as his music to expresses his innermost thoughts and feelings. He offers a sense of escapism with a safe space for listeners who are overthinkers and dreamers to comfort.
Ritho explained that he spends a lot of time in his own head as he creates safe and comfortable worlds for himself there that he prefers over anything else. As he continues to grow and evolve as an artist, one thing will remain constant: he is committed to creating music that is honest, sincere, and deeply personal, reminding us that it’s ok to retreat into your own mind and find comfort in your own thoughts.
Epitomising his contemplative nature, Ritho’s new single Fantasising explores the feelings of meeting someone for the first time and going down a rabbit hole of emotions, allowing yourself to imagine your lives together much more quickly than is socially acceptable. Ritho explained that Fantasising is about struggling with the juxtaposition of getting to know someone and allowing for that relationship to grow, while still having daydreams about your life and the future with that person.
Fantasising is as infectious as it is vulnerable, with dreamy, ethereal soundscapes, and colourful, vibrant synths with sincerely personal lyrics. You’ll find yourself wanting to sing along to every word of this totally relatable track.
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