Riches channel gothic dream pop on new song “The Frequency”

Riches‘s self-released new track, “The Frequency,” is out today.

A multidisciplinary dialogue between Young Galaxy‘s Catherine McCandless and choreographer Wynn Holmes, Riches craft art pop fueled by feminism, spirituality and folklore. After “Light of Dawn” and “Hang In Pieces,” they collaborate once more with Sweden musician and producer Dan Lissvik on their newest offering, “The Frequency.” Switching to a band configuration, Riches here explore the “desire to step outside of the limits of ourselves,” in between dreamy arrangements and ghotic details. “The frequency is: being swept up, being in love, longing and belonging, soothing and alive. It is a calling on the ethereal to take on form, on music to bring touch and connection over the frontiers of physical walls and distances,” add the artists.

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