Rayowa release new single ‘Chance’

Rayowa are proud to release ‘Chance’, their first taste of new music in 2020. It’s a shimmering cut of disco perfection following their bold first step, ‘Better Man’. ‘Chance’ is a confident follow-up, sounding like a lost Studio 54 disco classic that’s been hiding in a record shop. The chorus is unbeatable, featuring euphoric gospel touches and a winning vocal hook.

On the track Rayowa say, “‘Chance’ is about seizing an opportunity and not letting self-doubt take hold of you. It’s a continuation on from ‘Better Man’ and the next part of a success story we want to tell and aim to live out. It’s about having the confidence within yourself to go on and achieve all your dreams”.

Rayowa are a band of three brothers, Dan, Reece and Luke who all share a love of soul, funk and pop music. Their sound is classic and contemporary: mixing the crystal-clear falsetto and chiming guitars of disco with slick production and effortless charisma. In a previous guise, the band gained praise from the ultimate hitmaker, Nile Rodgers.

Late last year they released their debut single ‘Better Man’ [listen], a bittersweet disco roller with genuine lyrical depth. The band then went on to play their first show: a glitzy and triumphant affair at a sold-out Moth Club: a show that sold out even before they released ‘Better Man’. Rayowa are set to play a Valentine’s day show at Colours Hoxton. It promises to be another triumph from a band that are set to soar in 2020. Don’t miss out.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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