Rye Catchers are an indie pop duo with a sensational grasp on sonic design and thematic presentations. Led by songwriter and producer David McClintick Roberts, their style is multi-faceted with retro-pop and indie rock elements infused with modernity. In their latest track, Creeping on Me, Rye Catchers flamboyantly lead the anthem against Big Brother, i.e. internet, social media, and modern tech. The way David brings the theme to the forefront is applaudable. He transforms the dry subject with pop culture references and a thriving soundscape. Listeners of Avril Lavigne, Cyndi Lauper, and Madonna are sure to enjoy the empowering and engaging and colorful builds of this track. 

Roberts envisioned the track to unravel in layers. 60s reminiscent pop vocals and disco synth grooves are bolstered by gated drum beats. As the chorus rolls, melodic riffs and clashing cymbals make the rock elements more prominent alongside the soaring sopranos. A few more sonic cycles and towards the climax, the rock becomes empowered. Electric pools of guitar shreds launch the vocals to high octaves, its passion induced by dramatic rhythm shifts, riff frequencies, and versatile shreds. Listen Now! 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Creeping on Me by Rye Catchers here –