Raleigh Ritchie’s sound is most definitely a favourite of ours. He has got a knack for narrating us through his thoughts and emotions in the most honest and creative of ways; track-by-track presenting us with a little bit more of him. A distinctive feature that plays out colourfully through each one of his tunes.
The latest release to allow us to peep inside the man-behind-the-music a little further, is ‘Me, Myself and I’. Thick in that first-class Raleigh Ritchie sound, he opens up on some of the negative traits he has. From selfishness, to a constant need for validation and the tendency to sometimes act like a d*ck (his words).
The song follows the brilliant ‘Time In A Tree’, that he released a couple of months back. Both lifted from his upcoming sophomore album, expected for release next year. Raleigh is also getting ready to set off on a UK tour this month, kicking off in Manchester on November 24th. For more info and tickets, visit: www.raleighritchie.com
Press play on ‘Me, Myself and I’ below: