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Review: "Hello, Goodbye" - RAGS AND RICHES




Feeling stuck but want to make the most of it? That's what Tanner and Peyton Whitt of RAGS AND RICHES are trying to do in their new single, "Hello, Goodbye." This lighthearted addition to the alt-pop world centers around a bright message, encouraging listeners to ride the highs and lows of life. With lyrics like, "they say life's like sweet tangerines, guess that's true 'cause I got cavities," "Hello, Goodbye" shows RAGS AND RICHES' whimsical take on making the most out of life's ups and downs. The iconic pair has delivered this charming, optimistic track just in time for spring, giving us a positive outlook on life.






The instant urge to just let go and dance freely along to "Hello, Goodbye" is an intense one. This charismatic single brings out the best of moods with its infectious melodies and optimistic lyrics. In this track, RAGS AND RICHES tastefully blends pop drums, rock guitar riffs, and nostalgic leads. It's a perfect combination for any fan of X Ambassadors, The Killers, and grandson. The song's brilliant, bubbly composition will have anyone singing along for weeks. This alt-pop feel-good vibe falls somewhere between Blue October's "Jump Rope" and Bleachers' "I Wanna Get Better." If you're in need of a quick pick-me-up, just give "Hello, Goodbye" a listen, and ride the high it'll leave you on.



American alt-pop duo, RAGS AND RICHES, is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. The pair of rising stars is comprised of brothers, Tanner and Peyton Whitt, hailing from Lexington, Kentucky. They have enjoyed much success since the release of their first single, "Speed of Sound." In just three years, RAGS AND RICHES has garnered over 3 million career streams and 1.5 million video views. They released their debut album, Always Gold, in 2022, which received 1.4 million streams in its first week. Through their music, the impressive duo aims to bring hope and inspiration to a generation of dreamers.


Written By Cheyenne Johnson



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