Riders Of The Canyon versionan “Sunflower” de Low

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Riders Of The Canyon cover Low’s “Sunflower”

Riders Of The Canyon cover Low's “Sunflower”

On her new single, “Sunflower,” Riders Of The Canyon they cover the Americans Low. The theme is now available on platforms.

The Catalan group Riders Of The Canyonformed by singer-songwriters Joana Serrat, Roger Usort, Victor Party and Matthew McDaid, He has just released a new song shortly after presenting his first album, which shares a name with the group. The new single is a cover of “Sunflower”, originally from the album “Things We Lost In The Fire” of Low.

The main vocal role in this song is taken by Matthew McDaidwho is accompanied by the rest of the members. McDaidIn addition to the voice, he is in charge of the acoustic guitars. Joana Serrat adds with arrangements of acoustic and electric guitar, drums and keyboards. The band commented regarding the choice of the theme that “Throughout their career, Low They have channeled many of our deepest emotions like no one else. In the beginning, they knew how to slow down the storms of the soul, without them losing even an iota of their strength. Towards the end, they released them in wonderfully noisy catharses. Their vocal harmonies were the bait that stuck in our minds.”

Riders of the Canyon They will be in Terrassa he November 19thplaying in the room Nova Jazzcava.

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