Riley Pearce – “Misplaced” | Review

Riley Pearce sticks to his fragile sound on his new single, “Misplaced.”

“Misplaced” follows on from a notable 2017 that saw Pearce play his first international shows in London, and pick up a WAM ‘Song of the Year’ Award in Australia and had one of his songs feature in the US hit show ‘Shadowhunters.’

With his debut ‘Outside The Lines’ EP (released early 2016) amassing over 6 Million streams on Spotify, Riley built a substantial amount of anticipation for his new release – and he succeeds in matching the anticipation.

The chilled, almost folk-like song keeps to the brand that Pearce has built over a few releases, yet it doesn’t sound like a rehash of his previous stuff – which is always a positive.

It’s truly a beautiful guitar led song where the vocals run between a falsetto like effect and his pretty strong, and unique vocal runs which mix the song up a little.

Check out “Misplaced” below and let us know what you think in the comments!

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