Multi-disciplined artist Raleigh Ritchie returns with the release of his brand-new single ‘Time In A Tree’ – his first release in a year.
‘Time In A Tree’ showcases Raleigh’s ability to cross into new territory – introducing atmospheric strings and dream-like vocals, with nods to Nat King Cole In creating the single, Raleigh collaborated with some of the UK’s best-renowned talent – working with conductor Rosie Danvers, best known for her work with Kanye West and Adele, as well as producer GRADES (Dua Lipa, Khalid, Years & Years). Although the new track sees Raleigh bring a new element to his work, it still incorporates his signature unique blend of rap and vocals.
Speaking on the single, Raleigh says:
“’Time In A Tree’ is about needing some peace. Some respite, some time away from your own mind. The ways that you can get in your own way on the way to those things. It’s about the fear of not being deserving of happiness, or that you’re not doing enough to get the kind of happiness you want. It’s about needing validation and confirmation that you’re loved and supported when you’re struggling. It’s about needing time in a tree, like a kid – off the ground and halfway in the sky.”
‘Time In A Tree’ is Raleigh’s first single since last year’s ‘The River’ and ‘Lonely Summer’. In 2017, Raleigh sold out his debut US and Canada tour, with his New York and LA dates selling out in just one day.
Raleigh’s debut album ‘You’re A Man Now, Boy’ sold over 140,000 copies and has amassed over 150 million streams worldwide. His success has continued into 2018, with a place in Forbes’ prestigious 30 under 30 list.
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