We are back with our Saturday Serenade playlist. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!
Liam Barrack | “Memories”
Liam Barrack‘s latest release, “Memories,” stands out as an exceptionally well-crafted song. The backing track is compelling and blends seamlessly with his vocals, creating an engaging musical experience. His vocals take flight, offering a refreshing and captivating presence throughout the song. This track is undoubtedly a must-add to your playlists.
LVRBOY | “Even If It Kills Me”
LVRBOY just released a catchy new track, “Even If It Kills Me.” The latest track is an impressive piece of work. LVRBOY showcases stunning vocals that harmonize beautifully with the instrumentals. The energy is contagious, making it a song you’ll want to play on repeat. Make sure to add this track to your playlists.
Freedom Fry | “Rescue”
Freedom Fry, returning with their new single “Rescue,” continues to impress with their music. “Rescue” is undeniably a cool track, featuring stunning instrumentals that harmonize flawlessly with their vocals. The harmonies and production are spot on, showcasing their musical prowess. It’s undoubtedly a standout this week and should be a part of your playlists.
RAIGN | “Please (My God)”
RAIGN, no stranger to her music gracing TV screens, has left her mark on award-winning soundtracks, including popular shows like The Vampire Diaries, The 100, and America’s Got Talent, accumulating over 150 million streams across all platforms. Recently, she released a new track, “Please (My God).” This song is exceptionally well-crafted, placing her vocals at the forefront. The performance is absolutely stunning. Don’t forget to include this track in your playlists; it’s a must-listen.
What did you think of our Saturday Serenade? Stay tuned to MusicOnTheRox.com for all your music news and reviews.
Jerrett Franklin grew up in a small town. He moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.