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  • Cheyenne Johnson

Review: "Never Let Me Go" - Reaven

Similar souls seeking each other out is what Reaven beautifully captures in their latest single, "Never Let Me Go." The song comes on the heels of U.S. hit "Ordinary Heroes" and explores the feelings that accompany human connection, finding comfort in someone's presence. Exploring a universal experience, Reaven's "Never Let Me Go" features a narrative everyone can relate to or wish for, hoping we all find someone to adventure through life with. For some, it's a relationship between two lovers or soulmates; for others, it's a loyal friendship. It's whoever feels like home.

A must-listen for those needing a pick-me-up, Reaven's "Never Let Me Go" shines with a vibrant pop-rock soundscape. The single features infectious dance beats, crisp guitar riffs, and energetic melodies, making the track captivating from start to finish. Pairing masterfully with the lighthearted background, the lead singer's laid-back vocals flawlessly float over the instrumentals with an essence that's both relaxing and mesmerizing. "Never Let Me Go" feels timeless, embracing elements of nostalgic dance-pop and contemporary pop-rock, giving the track a sound reminiscent of Dua Lipa and Cat Janice.

Consisting of 4 members, Reaven is a group delivering unique indie/pop-rock tracks inflected with a strong electro-pop influence. The quartet is known for their intense shows and unique sound, captivating audiences around the world. Reaven's first album, Unbreakable, signaled the start of something wonderful, taking the group on a European tour that encompassed a total of 12 countries. Recently, their latest releases have slipped onto the playlists of hundreds of radio stations across 45 countries with their single "Ordinary Heroes" reaching the Top 40, Top 100, and Top Indie Charts in the U.S. (New Music Weekly and MediaBase). Some of Reaven's other popular works include "My City's On Fire," "Electric Love - French Version," and "A Place Where You Belong."

Written By Cheyenne Johnson



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