“Ride Til We Die” by Ryne Ziemba, is an absurdist love song that embraces the weirdness of wanting to connect emotionally with another person in spite of a world where nothing is permanent or stable. The song draws textures from soul music, glam rock and shoegaze to create an odd pop tune, which was recorded in Ryne’s practice space/studio in Brooklyn. The song features Ben Jaffe from Pill on saxophone, E.J. O’Hara from the band Hennessey on bass and Dan Romans on the drums.
We are pleased to team up with Ziemba for the awesome video of “Ride Til We Die,” which was filmed while trespassing at a small train yard adjacent to a cemetery. Set against the serious backdrop of commerce and mortality, it celebrates fun and playful elements of both solitude and bonding as inspired by surrealist silent films, rap videos, & buddy comedies. The visual captures the quirky and offbeat essence that makes the track itself special.